Science, technology and innovation composite indicators for developing countries

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Title: Science, technology and innovation composite indicators for developing countries
Author: Chinaprayoon, Chinawut
Abstract: This thesis aims to propose a policy-relevant science, technology and innovation indicator for developing countries. I firstly develop a model to examine the determination of innovativeness for a sample of 38 developing countries, based on endogenous growth theory and innovation systems literature. From econometric estimation, I find that R&D inputs, technology imports, and international connectedness are influential determinants of innovativeness in these countries. From this finding, I develop the Predicted Innovativeness Index for Developing Countries (INNÔDEX), a composite indicator that ranks countries according to their innovative capabilities.
Type: Thesis
Date: 2007-07-10
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Composite index
Developing countries
Endogenous growth theory
Innovation systems
Technological capabilities
Department: Public Policy
Advisor: Committee Chair: Cozzens, Susan; Committee Member: Porter, Alan; Committee Member: Walsh, John
Degree: M.S.

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