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The graph above shows the percentage pf product/technology based on organization type. The rank order is as below :

 

Rank Organisation Type Number of TECHMart
1 Public Higher Learning Institution 197
2 Government Research Institute (GRI) 127
3 Government Linked Companies (GLC) / Company Limited by Guarantee (CLG) 79
4 Government Agencies (GA) 58
5 Business Enterprise (BE) 13
6 Non-Government Organization (NGO) 0
7 Private Higher Learning Institution 0

Ranking and Score: Malaysia and other Selected Countries in Global Innovation Index (GII), 2016-2021

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Switzerland HI 1 65.50 1 66.08 1 67.24 1 68.40 1 67.69 1 66.28
Sweden HI 2 63.10 2 62.47 2 63.65 3 63.08 2 63.82 2 63.57
USA HI 3 61.30 3 60.56 3 61.73 6 59.81 4 61.40 4 61.40
United Kingdom HI 4 59.80 4 59.78 5 61.30 4 60.13 5 60.89 3 61.93
Republic of Korea HI 5 59.30 10 56.11 11 56.55 12 56.63 11 57.70 11 57.15
Netherlands HI 6 58.60 5 58.76 4 61.44 2 63.32 3 63.36 9 58.29
Finland HI 7 58.40 7 57.02 6 59.83 7 59.63 8 58.49 5 59.90
Singapore HI 8 57.80 8 56.61 8 58.37 5 59.83 7 58.69 6 59.16
Denmark HI 9 57.30 6 57.53 7 58.44 8 58.39 6 58.70 8 58.45
Germany HI 10 57.30 9 56.55 9 58.19 9 58.03 9 58.39 10 57.94
France HI 11 55.00 12 53.66 16 54.25 16 54.36 15 54.18 18 54.04
China UM 12 54.80 14 53.28 14 54.82 17 53.06 22 52.54 25 50.57
Japan HI 13 54.50 16 52.70 15 54.68 13 54.95 14 54.72 16 54.52
Hong Kong, China HI 14 53.70 11 54.24 13 55.54 14 54.62 16 53.88 14 55.69
Israel HI 15 53.40 13 53.55 10 57.43 11 56.79 17 53.88 21 52.28
Malaysia UM 36 41.90 33 42.42 35 42.68 35 43.16 37 42.72 35 43.36
Thailand UM 43 37.20 44 36.68 43 38.63 44 38.00 51 37.57 52 36.51
Vietnam LM 44 37.00 42 37.12 42 38.84 45 37.94 47 38.34 59 35.37
Philippines LM 51 35.30 50 35.19 54 36.18 73 31.56 73 32.48 74 31.83
 

Notes: HI - high income, UM-upper middle, LM-lower middle :
Number of participating countries: 132 countries (2021); 131 countries (2020); 129 countries (2019); 126 countries (2018); 127 countries (2017); 128 countries (2016); 

Source: https://www.wipo.int/edocs/pubdocs/en/wipo_pub_gii_2021.pdf

Summary

The table above shows the achievement of several countries in the Global Innovation Index for 2016-2021. Malaysia is categorised as an Upper Middle (UM) income country based on its gross national income (GNI) per capita. In 2021, Malaysia ranked 36th, drop 1 position from previous year.

Malaysian Human Resources in STI (MyHRSTI)

Maklumat yang terkandung dalam Pangkalan Data Malaysian Human Resources in STI (MyHRSTI) sentiasa dikemas kini bagi memastikan MASTIC sentiasa menyediakan maklumat S&T yang boleh dipercayai, terkini dan komprehensif. Sepanjang tahun 2017, MASTIC telah berjaya mengemas kini data modal insan S&T di peringkat Kementerian. Kini, MASTIC sedang giat mengemas kini data MyHRSTI di peringkat kebangsaan secara berfasa.

Sehingga Jun 2018, sejumlah 19,146 rekod penyelidik dan 6,382 rekod pakar telah didaftarkan dalam MyHRSTI.

Pengguna boleh mencapai maklumat yang terkandung dalam pangkalan data MyHRSTI secara PERCUMA menerusi sistem Krste.my (https://krste.my). Carian maklumat modal insan S&T dalam sistem Krste.my boleh dilakukan dengan langkah berikut : Home> Search KRSTE > Advanced Search> Search Type> Select ‘Person’.

Summary

Score :

2016 : 69.16 (Score Max:91.3)

2017 : 66.98 (Score Max:89.0)

2018 : 64.79 (Score Max:89.3)

2019 : 67.61 (Score Max:87.38)

 

Note : 

2016 : Ranked from 84 countries

2017 : Ranked from 78 countries

2018 : Ranked from 80 countries

2019 : Ranked from 95 countries

 

Summary

National Survey of Innovation 2012

The classification of innovative and non-innovative respondents based on business sector is shown in the figure above. Based on the number of respondents from the manufacturing and services sectors, majority of the innovative respondents came from the services sector with 62%, while the remaining were from the manufacturing sector with 38%. On the other hand, the highest non-innovative companies were from manufacturing sector with 58% as compared to service sector with 42%.

Ranking and Score : Malaysia and other selected countries in Global Competitiveness Index 2014-2018
 
No Country 2018 2017-2018 2016-2017 2015-2016 2014-2015
Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score
1 United States 1 85.6 2 5.85 3 5.7 3 5.61 3 5.54
2 Singapore 2 83.5 3 5.71 2 5.72 2 5.68 2 5.65
3 Switzerland 3 82.6 1 5.86 1 5.81 1 5.76 1 5.7
4 Japan 4 82.5 9 5.49 8 5.48 6 5.47 6 5.47
5 United Kingdom 8 82 8 5.41 7 5.49 10 5.43 9 5.41
6 Australia 14 78.9 21 5.19 22 5.19 21 5.15 22 5.08
7 Malaysia 25 74.4 23 5.17 25 5.16 18 5.23 20 5.16
8 China 28 72.6 27 5 28 4.95 28 4.89 28 4.89
9 Thailand 38 67.5 32 4.72 34 4.64 32 4.64 31 4.66
10 Soudi Arabia 39 67.5 30 4.83 29 4.84 25 5.17 24 5.06
11 Indonesia 45 64.9 36 4.68 41 4.52 37 4.52 34 4.57

Url for full report : http://reports.weforum.org/global-competitiveness-report-2018/downloads/

Note : 
Number of participating countries :- 140 (2018); 137 (2017); 138 (2016); 140 (2015); 144 (2014)
2017-2018 - revised using the new methodology

Summary

The table above shows the ranking of selected countries in the global competitiveness index (GCI) for the years of 2014 to 2018. In 2018, the new methodology and structure of global competitiveness index (GCI) were introduced. Malaysia was ranked 25th  (up 1 spot) out of 140 countries in GCR 2018as compared to last year position 26th  out of 137 countries (refer to chart- revised score using new methodology). Malaysia scored 74.4, an increase from its previous score of 73.3 in 2017.

Summary

Malaysia’s GERD has increased since 2008. From RM6,071 million in 2008, expenditure on R&D increased gradually up to RM17,685 million in 2016. GERD in 2016 is three times than that in 2008. However, GERD has decreased in 2018, from RM17,685 million in 2016 to RM15,060 million in 2018. Nevertheless, it is still recorded as the second highest GERD to date.

Summary

Data coverage: Scopus, 2001-2017

Date of Data Extraction: 24th August 2018

Note: Growth rate (%) = [(Present value- Past value)/Past value] x 100

A manifold increase in the number of publications can be seen from 2001 to 2011. However, the rise in the number of publications shows a slower incline from 2012 to 2017.

 

Summary

Overall, Malaysians were interested in STI and only a small percentage was unsure or did not know much about STI.

Most respondents (84% of them) stated that they were interested or very interested in "the use of new inventions and technologies", followed by "new medical discoveries" (79%), "innovation" (78%) and "new scientific discoveries" (76%).