The World’s Most Innovative Countries 2014 | Insead Knowledge

This comes down to the apprenticeship system, where people of ages 15, 16 or 17 can join the workforce and opt out of the formal education system, perhaps returning to studies later, showing us that top marks at top universities are not prerequisites for innovation performance.
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