The global innovation index showed that Montenegro ranks 45th as the most innovative countries in the world, and Switzerland is the most innovative country in the world.
In addition, among the countries of the Balkan Peninsula, Croatia ranked 44th in the list of the most innovative countries in the world, Northern Macedonia - 59th, Bosnia and Herzegovina - 76th, and Albania ranked 83rd in this list. Serbia has risen by two positions compared with the previous year and now occupies 55th place.
This year, the Global Innovation Index, which measures the state of innovation in various countries of the world, has covered 129 countries. To determine the country ranking, the authors of the report evaluate institutions, human capital and research, infrastructure, market, business, knowledge, technology, and the creative achievements of the countries they observe.
According to the general findings of this report, the world is currently suffering from a medium-intensity economic downturn due to weak economic growth, record low productivity growth and economic uncertainty. On the other hand, the world is full of innovations in both developed and developing countries. In both cases, innovations are seen as a means of achieving the economic and social development of a country and are increasingly perceived as important and non-standard technologies.
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