Knowledge assessment methodology

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The knowledge assessment methodology (KAM)[1] is "an interactive benchmarking tool created by the World Bank's Knowledge for Development Program to help countries identify the challenges and opportunities they face in making the transition to the knowledge-based economy."[2]

KAM does so by providing information on knowledge economy indicators for 146 countries.[citation needed] Its products include the Knowledge Economy Index and the Knowledge Index.

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