Global Knowledge Index 2017 - Scorecard

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SECTORAL INDICES

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General Enabling Environment

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Rank Value Rank Value
Georgia Rank Value
Pre-University Education 61 58.0
KNOWLEDGE CAPITAL 60 55.2
Enrolment 63 43.9
Gross enrolment ratio, primary (%) 13 58.8
Gross enrolment ratio, upper secondary (%) 46 46.4
Out-of-school children (%) 99 26.6
Completion 25 81.6
Gross graduation ratio, primary (%) 1 100.0
Gross graduation ratio, upper secondary (%) 44 46.5
Survival rate, last grade of lower secondary (%) 20 98.2
Outcomes 57 40.0
Assessment of 15-year-old students 57 35.4
Assessment of 8th Grade students 32 44.6
EDUCATIONAL ENABLING ENVIRONMENT 60 62.4
Expenditure on Education 123 11.8
Government expenditure, primary (% of GDP) 99 9.5
Government expenditure, secondary (% of GDP) 99 14.0
Expenditure on educational institutions, all levels (%) N/A N/A
Early Childhood Education (ECE) N/A N/A
Gross enrolment ratio, ECE (%) N/A N/A
Grade 1 entrants with ECE (%) N/A N/A
School Environment 6 96.1
Pupil-teacher ratio, primary (HC) 4 98.6
Pupil-teacher ratio, secondary (HC) 5 98.7
Trained teachers, primary (%) 37 93.6
Trained teachers, secondary (%) 24 93.4
Georgia Rank Value
Technical Vocational Education and Training 76 50.3
FORMATION AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING 62 52.3
Continuous Training 126 28.2
Extent of staff training 115 38.1
Availability of specialized training services 121 37.1
Firms offering formal training (%) 90 9.4
Educational Structure 17 68.4
Expenditure on non-tertiary vocational education N/A N/A
Enrolment in vocational programmes, secondary (%) 96 7.2
Enrolment in vocational programmes, post-secondary non-tertiary (%) 1 100.0
Pupil-teacher ratio, secondary vocational (HC) 3 98.0
FEATURES OF THE LABOR MARKET 115 47.2
Qualifications of the Human Capital 128 30.4
Poor work ethic in the labour force 121 48.9
Availability of skilled employees 116 33.8
Technicians per thousand labour force (HC) 44 8.3
Structure of the Labor Market 4 86.5
Restrictive labour regulations 11 97.1
Labour freedom 21 75.9
Georgia Rank Value
Higher Education 64 38.9
HIGHER EDUCATION INPUTS 35 48.6
Expenditure 110 7.2
Government expenditure, tertiary (% of GDP) 106 10.6
Government expenditure per student, tertiary (constant PPP$) 97 3.9
Enrolment 29 46.2
Enrolment in tertiary education, ISCED 6 (%) 19 80.3
Enrolment in tertiary education, ISCED 7 (%) 56 25.1
Enrolment in tertiary education, ISCED 8 (%) 30 33.2
Human Resources 3 93.7
Pupil-teacher ratio, tertiary (HC) 7 93.2
Researchers in Higher education (%) 5 94.3
HIGHER EDUCATION OUTPUTS AND QUALITY 83 31.9
Graduation 72 30.2
Graduates, ISCED 6 (%) 62 38.0
Graduates, ISCED 7 (%) 41 27.0
Graduates, ISCED 8 (%) 72 25.4
Employment After Graduation 79 46.6
Labour force with advanced education (%) 33 48.6
Unemployment with advanced education (%) 102 44.7
Quality of Universities 90 19.7
University-industry collaboration in R&D 108 29.3
Number of globally-ranked universities 73 10.0
Competency of Students 55 33.9
Enrolment in globally ranked-universities (% of tertiary students) 49 50.0
Inbound mobility rate (%) 50 17.7

All values are normalized to a scale from 0 (worst) to 100 (best)
Georgia Rank Value
Research, Development and Innovation 88 18.5
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 95 13.0
Research and Development Inputs 93 12.7
GERD (% of GDP) 85 3.9
GERD per researcher (constant '000 $PPP) 99 2.7
Researchers per thousand labour force (HC) 43 19.7
Graduates from ICT, Science and Engineering programmes, tertiary (%) 57 25.6
High-technology net imports (% of total trade) 71 22.5
Research and Development Outputs 96 13.4
Average documents per researcher 90 11.5
Citations per document 40 42.2
Citable documents H index 73 9.6
Best scientific journal (SJR ranking) 58 24.7
Quality of scientific research institutions 119 28.1
PCT patents applications (per million inhabitants) 68 0.5
INNOVATION IN PRODUCTION 96 17.7
Inputs of Innovation in Production 104 18.9
GERD performed by business enterprises (% of GDP) N/A N/A
GERD financed by business enterprises (%) 93 0.0
Researchers (HC) in Business enterprise (%) N/A N/A
FDI and technology transfer 90 50.3
Outputs of Innovation in Production 64 17.0
Intellectual property receipts (% of total trade) 82 2.6
Industrial design applications (per billion PPP$ GDP) 25 29.7
Production process sophistication 86 41.2
Extent of marketing 80 53.4
SOCIAL INNOVATION 50 35.7
Inputs of Social Innovation 74 26.9
Ease of protecting minority investors 7 76.7
Joint venture per strategic alliance deals 73 5.3
ICT goods imported (% of total imports) 79 18.2
Total computer software spending (% of GDP) 84 8.3
New business density 21 32.6
Outputs of Social Innovation 34 41.7
Trademark applications (per billion PPP$ GDP) 38 27.6
National feature films produced (per million inhabitants) 33 25.2
Printing and publishing manufactures (% of manufactured output) 8 58.4
ICT goods exported (% of total exports) 64 68.9
Georgia Rank Value
Information and Communications Technology 68 50.8
ICT INPUTS 48 66.0
Infrastructure 51 51.6
Population covered by mobile-cellular networks (%) 29 99.6
International Internet bandwidth per Internet user (Kbit/s) 44 52.8
Secure Internet servers (per million inhabitants) 64 2.4
Sector Competitiveness 57 80.4
ICT Price Basket 76 95.3
Internet and telephony level of competition 1 100.0
Laws relating to ICTs 74 46.0
ICT OUTPUTS 70 44.3
Subscriptions 60 37.0
Fixed-telephone subscriptions (per 100 inhabitants) 49 32.5
Mobile-cellular subscriptions (per 100 inhabitants) 40 45.8
Fixed-broadband subscriptions (per 100 inhabitants) 53 34.2
Active mobile-broadband subscriptions (per 100 inhabitants) 71 35.5
Usage by Individuals 77 60.6
Internet users (%) 81 48.4
Use of virtual social networks 33 82.8
Business-to-consumer Internet use 88 50.4
Usage by Government and Institutions 92 43.4
Firm-level technology absorption 103 50.4
Government Online Service Index 53 63.8
Government success in ICT promotion 60 51.3
Unlicensed software installation rates 88 8.2
Impact on Development 64 38.7
ICT PCT patents, applications (per million inhabitants) 55 7.0
Impact of ICTs on business models 97 49.5
Social impacts of ICT 44 59.7
Georgia Rank Value
Economy 58 45.4
KNOWLEDGE COMPETITIVENESS 47 54.3
Economic Infrastructure and Competition 61 61.7
Ease of starting a business 8 96.1
Ease of enforcing a contract 14 73.2
Gross fixed capital formation (% of GDP) 15 59.4
Logistics Performance Index 113 28.7
Intensity of local competition 92 62.9
Availability of latest technologies 107 49.6
Competitiveness Drivers 31 46.9
Business impact of rules on FDI 28 70.0
FDI, net inflows (% of GDP) 13 71.7
Global Entrepreneurship Index 71 24.0
Investment in telecom services (% of GDP) 22 40.4
Venture capital availability 79 28.5
ECONOMIC OPENNESS 81 30.6
Creative Economy 109 12.7
High-technology net exports (% of total trade) 84 1.7
Creative services' exports (% of total trade in services) 63 6.7
Creative goods' exports (% of total trade in goods) 101 29.7
Trade 26 48.6
Trade (% of GDP) 41 31.7
Prevalence of non-tariff barriers 23 65.4
FINANCING AND VALUE ADDED 60 42.2
Financing and Taxes 45 48.7
Total tax rate (% of commercial profits) 9 89.7
Soundness of banks 62 66.8
Domestic credit to private sector (% of GDP) 54 25.2
Bank deposits to GDP (%) 98 12.9
Domestic Value-added 63 35.8
High-skilled employment (% of total employed people) 51 39.6
Manufacturing, value added (% of GDP) 71 32.1

All values are normalized to a scale from 0 (worst) to 100 (best)

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