U.S. Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™ has developed an International Innovation Scorecard
The U.S. based Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™ has developed an International Innovation Scorecard that identifies the critical areas of national policy that spur innovation, and reveals the areas in which countries may be stunting their own growth and preventing global innovation from blossoming to its full potential. The International Innovation Scorecard grades 38 countries and the European Union across 12 categories. In addition to a number of criteria applied from a U.S. perspective (diversity, etc.), information can be found of whether or not governments are welcoming disruptive technologies, including the sharing economy and self-driving vehicles, how friendly their tax systems are, and how well they protect the environment, as well as issues of perennial importance such as broadband speed and cost.
Information can be retrieved as data or illustrated on an interactive map.
CTA has also developed a U.S. Innovation Scorecard that rates all 50 U.S. States.