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India rises up on the Global Innovation Index

The Global Efficiency Index has released its report for this year. The report ranks 41 countries on the basis of their innovation capabilities grouped in five segments namely institutions; human capital and research; infrastructure; market and business sophistication. GII is … Continue reading

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The Future of the Mobile Lies in the Developing World

This excellent article by Erica Kochi, the co-lead of Tech Innovation at UNICEF, talks about creative uses of mobile phones in emerging economies like India, China and various countries in Africa, as well as the future of the mobile market … Continue reading

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The Cultural Barriers to Innovation

Every nation, company and increasingly more educational and governmental institutions seem to be recognizing that innovation is only way forward. If they want to retain their presence in this increasingly crowded, competitive and resource-crunched world, they need to develop new … Continue reading

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China’s Need for Innovation

Minxin Pei, professor of government at Clairmont McKenna College in California recently wrote an article “Nixon Then, China Now” explaining China’s weaknesses hindering its ability to truly compete as a world power. He argues that China’s one-party regime results in … Continue reading

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