The main aim of INNO-Metrics is to understand the sources and patterns of innovative activity in the economy.
INNO-Metrics is currently composed of two instruments, the European Innovation Scoreboard (EIS) and the Innobarometer. The EIS attempts to benchmark, on a yearly basis, the innovation performance of Member States, drawing on statistics from a variety of sources, primarily the Community Innovation Survey.
European Inventory of Research and Innovation Policy Measures
This inventory tracks developments in innovation policy measures throughout Europe. It brings together national information and documentation on research and innovation policies, measures and programmes. The comprehensive table provides a quick one-click access to all measures in one country in a particular category.
The Innovation Index of Australian Industry is a comprehensive, inter-industry, multi-indicator approach to measuring the rate of innovative activity in Australia, published by IBM and Melbourne Institute.
OECD monitors and benchmarks Member country technology and innovation policies and assesses their impact on economic performance. It identifies good policy practices in areas such as support to R&D, public/private partnerships for innovation, and overall management of national innovation systems.
The aim of the Innovation Index project is to provide a basis for better policymaking about innovation by developing and deploying significantly improved measures of innovation. The development of the Index is a two-year project; the publication of this pilot version represents a half-way point.