Global Innovation Index 2022

The Global Innovation Index 2022 captures the innovation ecosystem performance of 132 economies and tracks the most recent global innovation trends. Switzerland – for the 12th year in a row – ranks first in the GII 2022. The United States climbs to 2nd position. Then comes Sweden, which is followed, in turn, by the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and the Republic of Korea. China moves up to 11th place, overtaking France; for now, it firmly remains the only middle-income economy within the GII top 30. No change to China’s exceptional position among middle-income economies is currently in sight unless Türkiye further progresses fast. Canada is back among the top 15 global innovators, climbing to 15th place. South East Asia, East Asia, and Oceania (SEAO) is the only region closing the gap between Northern America and Europe. Two SEAO economies are among the top 10 global innovators: the Republic of Korea (6th) and Singapore (rising to rank 7th place). Türkiye (37th) and India (40th) enter the top 40 for the first time.

Global Innovation Index 2022- Top 100 Countries

RankCountryScore
1Switzerland64.6
2United States61.8
3Sweden61.6
4United Kingdom59.7
5Netherlands58.0
6Republic of Korea57.8
7Singapore57.3
8Germany57.2
9Finland56.9
10Denmark55.9
11China55.3
12France55.0
13Japan53.6
14Hong Kong, China 51.8
15Canada50.8
16Israel50.2
17Austria50.2
18Estonia50.2
19Luxembourg49.8
20Iceland 49.5
21Malta 49.2
22Norway48.8
23Ireland 48.5
24New Zealand 47.2
25Australia47.1
26Belgium46.9
27Cyprus46.2
28Italy 46.1
29Spain44.6
30Czech Republic 42.8
31United Arab Emirates42.1
32Portugal42.1
33Slovenia 40.6
34Hungary39.8
35Bulgaria39.5
36Malaysia 38.7
37Türkiye38.1
38Poland 37.5
39Lithuania 37.3
40India 36.6
41Latvia36.5
42Croatia35.6
43Thailand 34.9
44Greece 34.5
45Mauritius34.4
46Slovakia 34.3
47Russian Federation 34.3
48Viet Nam 34.2
49Romania34.1
50Chile 34.0
51Saudi Arabia33.4
52Qatar 32.9
53Iran (Islamic Republic of)32.9
54Brazil 32.5
55Serbia32.3
56Republic of Moldova31.1
57Ukraine 31.0
58Mexico31.0
59Philippines30.7
60Montenegro30.3
61South Africa 29.8
62Kuwait 29.2
63Colombia 29.2
64Uruguay29.2
65Peru29.1
66North Macedonia28.8
67Morocco28.8
68Costa Rica 28.7
69Argentina28.6
70Bosnia and Herzegovina28.5
71Mongolia28.0
72Bahrain28.0
73Tunisia 27.9
74Georgia27.9
75Indonesia27.9
76Jamaica27.7
77Belarus 27.5
78Jordan27.4
79Oman26.8
80Armenia26.6
81Panama25.7
82Uzbekistan 25.3
83Kazakhstan24.7
84Albania24.4
85Sri Lanka24.2
86Botswana 23.9
87Pakistan23.0
88Kenya22.7
89Egypt22.7
90Dominican Republic22.7
91Paraguay22.7
92Brunei Darussalam 22.2
93Azerbaijan21.5
94Kyrgyzstan21.1
95Ghana20.8
96Namibia20.6
97Cambodia 20.5
98Ecuador20.3
99Senegal 19.9
100El Salvador19.9

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