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Living in the EU Figures on prosperity levels, attitudes, education spending and language learning reveal some of the similarities and contrasts between EU member countries. The economy The creation of the single market and the corresponding increase in trade and general economic activity transformed the EU into a major trading power.
The Governance group supports the collection, rigorous analysis, careful interpretation, and transparent dissemination of data for empirical research, capacity-building, and learning programs. The data and associated analysis and research does not necessarily reflect the views of the institution or its executive directors, and care needs to be exercised in its use and interpretation as per detailed description in each dataset. Some datasets listed in the left-hand navigation under Data provide an interactive interface for web users; additional data resources are provided below. Interactive Data The Governance group supports the following datasets in an interactive web interface for use as 'e-learning' tools.
In this mode you can select an economy and generate charts and tables for all six governance indicators, and have the option of comparing the results with previous years, with regional averages, or with income group averages, as well as have access to underlying individual ratings. To begin, select an economy out of the drop-down list on the left hand side and hit "submit". This will generate a chart reporting the percentile rank in all six indicators for 2011, 2006 and 2002. You will have the option of changing/adding years as well as changing comparators and/or confidence intervals. Furthermore you can create line charts instead or tables displaying all the sources and data utilized to generate the aggregate score for the selected economy. To compare one governance indicator across a number of economies, click here .
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Wealth and population of global HNWIs surpass pre-crisis levels in nearly every region as HNWI wealth reaches US$42.7 trillion The world’s high net worth individuals (HNWIs) expanded in population and wealth in 2010 surpassing 2007 pre-crisis levels in nearly every region, according to the 15th annual World Wealth Report from Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management and Capgemini.