EconomieDocu.nl - Alle economie documentaires verzameld op één site! The globe of economic complexity About close x The Globe of Economic Complexity The globe of economic complexity dynamically maps out the entire world production of goods to create an economic landscape of countries around the globe. The original Atlas of Economic Complexity The Globe is built upon The Atlas of Economic Complexity, a powerful interactive tool that enables users to visualize a country’s total trade, track how these dynamics change over time and explore growth opportunities for more than a hundred countries worldwide. The Center for international development (CID) Associated Paper This project will be featured at the 2015 IEEE VIS conference in Chicago. Data Used Technology This visualization was built with webGL, a new graphics library that enables to create new 3D worlds in the browser. Contact Aknowledgements We would like to thank Marcela Escobari, Ricardo Hausmann, Gus Wezerek, Tim Cheston and Greg Shapiro for their insight and support.
The Global Innovation Index 2013 - The Local Dynamics of Innovation The Global Innovation Index 2014 (GII), in its 7th edition this year, is co-published by Cornell University,INSEAD, and the World Intellectual Property Organization(WIPO, an agency of the United Nations, UN). The core of the GII Report consists of a ranking of world economies’ innovation capabilities and results. In 2013, the ranking covered 142 economies, accounting for 94.9% of the world’s population and 98.7% of the world’s Gross Domestic Product (in US dollars). The GII has established itself as the reference among innovation indices, and has evolved into a valuable benchmarking tool to facilitate public-private dialogue, whereby policymakers, business leaders and other stakeholders can evaluate progress on a continual basis.
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WB Knowledge Economy Index 109 structural and qualitative variables for 146 countries to measure their performance on four Knowledge Economy pillars: Economic Incentive and Institutional Regime, Education, Innovation, and Information and Communications Technologies. TypeTime seriesPeriodicityAnnualLast Updated31-Jan-2012Economy CoverageWLD, EAP, ECA, LAC, MNA, SAS, SSA, HIC, LMY, IBRD, IDAGranularityNational, RegionalNumber of Economies146TopicEconomy & Growth, Education, Science & TechnologyUpdate FrequencyNo further updates plannedUpdate ScheduleMayContact Detailske@worldbank.orgAccess OptionsQuery toolAttribution/citationKnowledge Economy Index, World Bank GroupCoverage1995 - 2011
UNDP Multidimensional Poverty Index, MPI Like development, poverty is multidimensional — but this is traditionally ignored by headline money metric measures of poverty. The Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI), published for the first time in the 2010 Report, complements monetary measures of poverty by considering overlapping deprivations suffered at the same time. The index identifies deprivations across the same three dimensions as the HDI and shows the number of people who are multi-dimensionally poor (suffering deprivations in 33% or more of weighted indicators) and the number of deprivations with which poor households typically contend with. It can be deconstructed by region, ethnicity and other groupings as well as by dimension, making it an apt tool for policymakers. The MPI can help the effective allocation of resources by making possible the targeting of those with the greatest intensity of poverty; it can help address MDGs strategically and monitor impacts of policy intervention.
IDEAS: Economics and Finance Research Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan, 2009 - 2010 UNDP Human Development Index, HDI The HDI was created to emphasize that people and their capabilities should be the ultimate criteria for assessing the development of a country, not economic growth alone. The HDI can also be used to question national policy choices, asking how two countries with the same level of GNI per capita can end up with different human development outcomes. These contrasts can stimulate debate about government policy priorities. The Human Development Index (HDI) is a summary measure of average achievement in key dimensions of human development: a long and healthy life, being knowledgeable and have a decent standard of living. The HDI is the geometric mean of normalized indices for each of the three dimensions. The health dimension is assessed by life expectancy at birth, the education dimension is measured by mean of years of schooling for adults aged 25 years and more and expected years of schooling for children of school entering age.
EconPapers ITU Global ICT Development Index Select an option Share: Print: Save: Download the full report ITU statistics Methodology Please select Share: UNCS Disclaimer: Compare countries or regions: Click here for Metadata Metadata Click here for Metadata Download the full report Economic Data freely available online Compiled by John Sloman, Economics Network Last updated 12th April 2014 Here are some links that you may find useful for accessing statistics and other information. Datasets that require you to pay or register are on a separate page along with pointers. (Note that some free datasets that require registration are also listed below.) Printing out this page If you print out this page, the URLs will appear alongside each individual link. A. The following three sites are the main ones for accessing free data (mainly macroeconomic) on the UK economy. 1. For those familiar with the old National Statistics site, the new site, launched on 27 August 2011, may seem hard to navigate. There have been some significant improvements to the site. In addition to the Home Page, there are three main sections to the site: Browse by theme, Publications and Data. On the Home Page, you can find the latest statistical releases, a range of headline statistics and links to related sites. Home Page Browse by Theme 2.