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Regional Innovation Scoreboard 2019

The Regional innovation scoreboard (RIS) is a regional extension of the European innovation scoreboard, assessing the innovation performance of European regions on a limited number of indicators. The RIS 2019 covers 238 regions across 23 EU countries, Norway, Serbia, and Switzerland. In addition, Cyprus, Estonia, Latvia, Luxembourg, and Malta are included at country level.

  • Posted on: 10.07.2019
  • Year of publication: 2019

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The new scoreboard confirms that Europe's most innovative regions are located in the most innovative countries. The most innovative region in the EU is Helsinki-Uusimaa, Finland, followed Stockholm, Sweden and Hovedstaden, Denmark. The overall most innovative region in Europe is Zϋrich in Switzerland. Some regional innovative hubs exist also in moderate innovator countries: Prague in Czechia, Crete in Greece, and Friuli-Venezia Giulia in Italy.

Find below the profiles of DR related countries:

 

Regional profiles by country

Austria Germany Slovenia    
Bulgaria Hungary      
Croatia Romania      
Czechia Serbia      
  Slovakia      
   

 

More information:

 

Source: EC | Document type: Report / Research/ Studies | S&T field/scope: General | Affilation and Pillar: Research and innovation community | Geographical focus: Western Balkans, Danube Region, EU Member States

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