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Shift in Influence of G20 Nations

SHIFT IN INFLUENCE OF G20 NATIONS Analysts from the IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters conducted an in-depth study of the G20 nations to compare the research and innovation landscape of each. Their work revealed that the power is shifting, as emerging nations enhance their science, education and technology policies. This map shows changes that occurred over the last decade, giving rise to new opportunities and potential in the future. Read more in the report "The Research and Innovation Performance of the G20." 05.2% O7% UNITED STATES Dedine in world share of papers indexed in Web of Science (2002 - 2012) Decline in inn ovation originating domestically in the U.S. (2003 - 2012) 19 % EUROPEAN UNION 3 % RUSSIA Decline in world share Increase in domestic Decline in world share of papers indexed in Web of Sience (2002 - 2011) of papers indexed in Web of Sdience (2003 - 2012) patent applications (2003 - 2012) O 3.6% O 20% FRANCE JAPAN 33% Dedine in world share Increase in citation of papers indexed in Web of Sdence (2003 - 2012) impact of papers (2003 - 2012) Increase in citation impact of papers (2003 - 2012) GREAT BRITAIN O 8% 145% BRAZIL Increase in world share Decline in domestic of highly cited papers (2002 - 2011) patent applications (2003 - 2012) Increase in re search papers in Web of Science (2003 - 2012) INDIA O 115% CHINA 08.4% 0 8.4% 0900% Increase in world share of papers indexed in Web of Science (2002 - 2012) Increase in output of Web of Science papers (2003 - 2012) Increase in domestic patent applications (2003 - 2012) 127% 030 % SOUTH KOREA AUSTRALIA 15% Increase in output Increase in domestic patent applications (2003 - 2012) Increase in citation impact of papers (2003 - 2012) of Web of Science papers (2003 - 2012) 373 % O ~25% CANADA O 13% SAUDI ARABIA Increase in output of Web of Science papers (2003 - 2012) Increase in domestic patent applications (2003 - 2012) Increase in ctation impact of papers (2003 - 2012) Source: Thomson Reuters Web of Science, InCites and Derwent World Patents Index THOMSON REUTERS

Shift in Influence of G20 Nations

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Analysts from the IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters conducted a study of the G20 nations to compare the research and innovation landscape of each. Their work reveals that power is shifting, as ...

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