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The main objective of the European Innovation Scoreboard (EIS) is to carry out a comparative analysis of innovation performance of the member states of the EU-28 and to know the strengths and weaknesses of research and innovation systems. It is built on four main blocks, with ten dimensions, for a total of 27 indicators, from which a composite index is calculated which reflects the weight of the different dimensions. Depending on the rating scored in the composite index, the countries are grouped into four categories: innovation leader countries, countries with high innovation, countries with moderate innovation and countries with modest innovation. The performance of the Basque Country is compared to the EU-28 as a whole.

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    Panel of innovation indicators (EIS) (C.A Euskadi)
    Unit
    base
    Period
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    DataPrevious data
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    StatisticsXLSCSVMethodology
    PANEL OF INNOVATION INDICATORS (EIS 2018)
    Summary Innovation IndexSynthetic average0.480.45Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    FRAMEWORK CONDITIONS
    1. Framework conditionsSynthetic average0.630.58Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    1.1. Human resourcesSynthetic average0.740.69Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    1.1.1. New doctorate graduates (‰ population aged 25-34)20163.732.24Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    1.1.2. Percentage population aged 25-34 having completed tertiary education%201753.853.8Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    1.1.3. Percentage population aged 25-64 participating in lifelong learning%20179.114.1Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    1.2. Attractive research systemsSynthetic average0.560.55Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    1.2.1. Ïnternational scientific co-publications per million populationQuotient2017939.3939.3Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    1.2.2. Scientific publications among the top 10% most cited publications worldwide as % of total scientific publications of the country%201510.910.6Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    1.2.3. Foreign doctorate students as % of total doctorate students of the country%201630.730.2Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    1.3. Innovation-friendly environmentSynthetic average0.590.46Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    1.3.1. Broadband penetration%201727.521.2Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    1.3.2. Oportunity-driven entrepreneurship%20171.881.47Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    INVESTMENT
    2. InvestmentSynthetic average0.360.38Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    2.1. Finance and supportSynthetic average0.250.26Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    2.1.1. Public R&D expenditures as % of GDP%20160.450.47Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    2.1.2. Venture capital as % of GDP (*)%20170.030.03Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    2.2. Firm investmentsSynthetic average0.440.46Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    2.2.1. Business R&D expenditures as % of GDP%20161.371.39Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    2.2.2. Non R&D innovation expenditures as % of turnover%20150.580.51Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    2.2.3. Enterprises providing training to develop or upgrade ICT skills of their personnel%201721.825.2Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    INNOVATION ACTIVITIES
    3. Innovation activitiesSynthetic average0.360.35Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    3.1. InnovatorsSynthetic average0.460.44Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    3.1.1. SMEs introducing producto r process innovations as % of SMEs%201534.133.3Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    3.1.2. SMEs introducing marketing or organisational innovations as % of SMEs%201521.121.1Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    3.1.3. SMEs innovating in-house as % of SMEs%201532.231.1Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    3.2. LinkagesSynthetic average0.360.38Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    3.2.1. Innovative SMEs collaborating with others as % of SMEs%201511.311.8Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    3.2.2. Public-private co-publications per million populationQuotient2017Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    3.2.3. Private co-funding of public R&D expenditures%20150.020.02Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    3.3. Intellectual assetsSynthetic average0.250.23Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    3.3.1. PCT patent applications per billion GDP (in PPP euros)Quotient20151.591.59Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    3.3.2. Community trademarks per billion GDP (in PPP euros)Quotient20175.945.94Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    3.3.3. Community designs per billion GDP (in PPP euros)Quotient20172.241.74Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    IMPACTS
    4. ImpactsSynthetic average0.560.52Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    4.1. Employment impactsSynthetic average0.40.4Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    4.1.1. Employment in knowledge-intensive activities as % of total employment%201712.612.6Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    4.1.2. Employment fast-growing enterprises of innovative sectors as % of total employment%2015Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    4.2. Sales impactsSynthetic average0.610.56Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    4.2.1. Medium and high technology products exports as % of total product exports%201753.155Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    4.2.2. Knowledgeintensive services exports as % of services exports%20164042.9Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    4.2.3. Sales of new-to-market and new-to-firm innovations as % of turnover%201518.714.7Statistical tablesXls formatCsv formatMetodologia
    (*) SEE TRANSFORMATION IN THE METHODOLOGY NOTE    
     

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