Education for the Knowledge Economy, indicators, Knowledge Management, open data, open knowledge, East Asia and Pacific, Europe and Central Asia, North America, Open Data
The Open Knowledge Index

The Open Knowledge Index has been designed to measure and track progress in opening up information, data and knowledge in a broader sense to the public. The Open Knowledge Index captures three dimensions of knowledge – the ability to access knowledge (capability), the availability of knowledge and data provision (legislation) and the capacity to use the data and feed it back into the open data eco-system (open society).

Currently, the sample consists of a cross-section of 38 countries in 2009-2010, comprising OECD and the BRIC countries. We plan to gradually increase the sample in the future.

Added by View user profileJohn Daly on May 24, 2013