Asian Development Outlook 2020 Chart Data: What drives innovation in Asia?

This dataset contains part 2 of the Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2020 and identifies five key drivers of innovation: education, entrepreneurship, high-quality institutions, robust financial systems, and big cities.

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  • Figure 2.1.1 Catch-up versus frontier innovation
  • Figure 2.1.2 Contribution to growth by factor of production in Asia, % of total
  • Figure 2.2.1 R&D expenditure as a share of GDP by region, 2016
  • Figure 2.2.2 R&D expenditure as a share of GDP in selected economies, 2016
  • Figure 2.2.3 R&D expenditure as a share of GDP, 1996-2017
  • Figure 2.2.4 Innovation gaps as measured by other indicators
  • Figure 2.2.5 Innovative capability as reflected in the structure of Asian economies
  • Figure 2.2.6 Share of firms reporting a new product or process, by region
  • Figure 2.2.7 Innovation and GDP per capita
  • Figure 2.2.8 Share of firms reporting a new product
  • Figure 2.2.9 Share of firms reporting a new product or process, by industry
  • Figure 2.2.10 Share of firms reporting a new product or process, by industry
  • Figure 2.2.11 Share of firms reporting a new product or process, by firm size
  • Figure 2.2.12 Share of firms reporting a new product or process, by firm age
  • Figure 2.2.13 Share of firms reporting a new product or process, by exporting activity
  • Figure 2.2.14 Share of firms reporting R&D spending, by selected characteristics
  • Figure 2.2.15 Percentage of firms licensing foreign technology, by region, size, and industry
  • Figure 2.2.16 Scatter plot of technology licensing, by GDP per capita
  • Figure 2.3.1 Learning poverty and GDP per capita in Asian economies
  • Figure 2.3.2 Reading proficiency of 15-year-olds in Asian economies
  • Figure 2.3.3 Opening and closing innovation capabilities
  • Figure 2.3.4 A few firms providing a disproportionate share of employment
  • Figure 2.3.5 Less than one-sixth of businesses are product innovators
  • Figure 2.4.1 Registration of IPRs in the Republic of Korea, 1970–2010
  • Figure 2.4.2 Design registration and sales growth of Samsung Electronics
  • Figure 2.4.3 Cumulative shares of innovative firms versus urban population
  • Box 2.5.1 Figure. Logarithm of total factor productivity in chaebol and independent firms in industries with high, low, and zero chaebol share

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