The STI.Scoreboard platform provides science and innovation policy makers, analysts and the public at large with a resource to retrieve, visualise and compare statistical indicators of science, technology and innovation (STI) systems across OECD countries and several other economies. It provides:
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In focus: OECD indicators on women in Science, Technology and Innovation
The OECD STI.Scorebord contains over 60 indicators on women and gender across different dimensions of science, technology and innovation. These include statistics on women working as researchers, inventors and doctorate holders. They also map women’s enrolment and graduation at tertiary and doctoral level, showing the fields in which they are under- or overrepresented.
Explore this custom view of available STI.Scoreboard gender indicators.
Find out more about analysis and policies for gender in science, technology and innovation in our post on closing the gender gap in research and also on the OECD-EU STIP Compass international database of STI policies interactive dashboard on gender-specific analysis in research, which includes over 70 such policy initiatives.
The OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard publications
The OECD STI Scoreboard publications feature indicators traditionally used to monitor developments in science, technology, innovation and industry, and complements them with experimental indicators that provide new insights into areas of policy interest. Traditionally published every two years, the format, scope and frequency of the STI Scoreboard as a publication is evolving. Indicators are now available in a digital platform, updated on a rolling basis.
Measuring the Digital Transformation (2019)
OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard 2017