Knowledge Assessment Methodology and Knowledge Economy Index - World Bank
Knowledge Economy Index The most commonly cited of the KAM’s several indexes is the Knowledge Economy Index (KEI)—a broad measure of the overall level of preparedness of a country or region for the knowledge econ-omy. 2 The KEI summarizes each country’s performance on 12 variables corresponding to the four knowledge economy pillars (table 1).
The Knowledge Economy Index (KEI), developed by the World Bank Institute for its Knowledge Assessment Methodology, is an aggregate index that represents the overall development of a country or region in KE terms, summarizing performance over the four KE pillars.
Building Knowledge Economies | World Bank Institute Development Studies
Knowledge-Based Economy: Enhancing Economic Growth and Development of Human Capital Through Information and Communications Technology Education Sub-Saharan African (SSA) Growth Trajectory: How Far has Knowledge Contributed?
The Knowledge Economy, the KAM Methodology and World Bank Operations
Knowledge Economy (KE) is one that utilizes knowledge as the key engine of economic growth. It is an economy where knowledge is acquired, created, disseminated and used effectively to enhance economic development.5 It has been found that the successful transition to the Knowledge Economy
Building Knowledge Economies - ISBN: 0821369571
Introduction: Knowledge—The Heart and Mind of Economic Development xiii 1. Toward Knowledge Economies: Global Trends and Issues 1 A Brief Historical Retrospective 1 Knowledge as the Foundation of Development 4 How Knowledge Reshapes Economies 9 Challenges and Opportunities 14 2. The Knowledge Economy: Analytical Framework
Knowledge Economy - The Four Pillars of The Knowledge Economy - World Bank
The Four Pillars of The Knowledge Economy. The following pillars are four critical requisites for a country to be able to fully participate in the knowledge economy: Education & Training. An educated and skilled population is needed to create, share and use knowledge. I nformation Infrastructure.
Korea as a Knowledge Economy - World Bank
The Knowledge Economy Framework An economy becomes a “knowledge economy” when the sustained use and cre-ation of knowledge are at the center of its economic development process. Aknowl-edge economy is one that uses knowledge as the key engine of economic growth. It is an economy in which knowledge is acquired, created, disseminated, and used
A Knowledge Economy Assessment of Qatar - World Bank
This knowledge economy assessment of Qatar ranks it using the following indices: the Knowledge Economy Index (KEI), Knowledge Index, Economic Incentive and Institutional Regime, Education, Innovation and Information Infrastructure (ICT). The assessment compares Quatar to the rest of the 131 countries in the Knowledge Assessment Methodology (KAM).