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Παγκόσμια Κατάταξη Ανταγωνιστικότητας 2010-2011 - Global Competitiveness index 2010-2011

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  • The United States falls two places to fourth position, overtaken by Sweden and Singapore in the rankings
  • The People's Republic of China continues to move up the rankings, with marked improvements in several other Asian countries
  • Germany moves up two places to fifth place, leading the Eurozone countries
  • Several countries from the Middle East occupy the upper half of the rankings
  • Switzerland tops the rankings
What is Global Competitiveness Index?
The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) is a new, more comprehensive tool to assess competitiveness of nations. Developed for the World Economic Forum by Professor Xavier Sala-i-Martin of Columbia University, the new index extends and deepens the concepts and ideas underpinning the Growth Competitiveness Index formerly used by the Forum. Officially launched in September 2006 as part of The Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007, the GCI has now become our main index of reference. GCI continues to be the most comprehensive assessment of its kind.
How is the Global Competitiveness Index calculated?
The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) is made up of over 113 variables, of which approximately one two thirds come from the Executive Opinion Survey, and one third comes from publicly available sources. The variables are organized into 12 pillars, with each pillar representing an area considered as an important determinant of competitiveness:
  • Institutions
  • Infrastructure
  • Macroeconomic stability
  • Health and primary education
  • Higher education and training
  • Goods market efficiency
  • Labor market efficiency
  • Financial market sophistication
  • Technological readiness
  • Market size
  • Business sophistication
  • Innovation
The impact of each pillar on competitiveness varies across countries, in function of their stages of economic development. In order to take this reality into account in the calculation of the GCI, pillars are given different weights.
The Global Competitiveness Index 2010-2011 rankings and 2009-2010 comparisons
© 2010 World Economic Forum








Country/Economy GCI 2010 GCI 2009 Change 2009-2010
Rank Score Rank
Switzerland 1 5,63 1 0
Sweden 2 5,56 4 2
Singapore 3 5,48 3 0
United States 4 5,43 2 -2
Germany 5 5,39 7 2
Japan 6 5,37 8 2
Finland 7 5,37 6 -1
Netherlands 8 5,33 10 2
Denmark 9 5,32 5 -4
Canada 10 5,30 9 -1
Hong Kong SAR 11 5,30 11 0
United Kingdom 12 5,25 13 1
Taiwan, China 13 5,21 12 -1
Norway 14 5,14 14 0
France 15 5,13 16 1
Australia 16 5,11 15 -1
Qatar 17 5,10 22 5
Austria 18 5,09 17 -1
Belgium 19 5,07 18 -1
Luxembourg 20 5,05 21 1
Saudi Arabia 21 4,95 28 7
Korea, Rep. 22 4,93 19 -3
New Zealand 23 4,92 20 -3
Israel 24 4,91 27 3
United Arab Emirates 25 4,89 23 -2
Malaysia 26 4,88 24 -2
China 27 4,84 29 2
Brunei Darussalam 28 4,75 32 4
Ireland 29 4,74 25 -4
Chile 30 4,69 30 0
Iceland 31 4,68 26 -5
Tunisia 32 4,65 40 8
Estonia 33 4,61 35 2
Oman 34 4,61 41 7
Kuwait 35 4,59 39 4
Czech Republic 36 4,57 31 -5
Bahrain 37 4,54 38 1
Thailand 38 4,51 36 -2
Poland 39 4,51 46 7
Cyprus 40 4,50 34 -6
Puerto Rico 41 4,49 42 1
Spain 42 4,49 33 -9
Barbados 43 4,45 44 1
Indonesia 44 4,43 54 10
Slovenia 45 4,42 37 -8
Portugal 46 4,38 43 -3
Lithuania 47 4,38 53 6
Italy 48 4,37 48 0
Montenegro 49 4,36 62 13
Malta 50 4,34 52 2
India 51 4,33 49 -2
Hungary 52 4,33 58 6
Panama 53 4,33 59 6
South Africa 54 4,32 45 -9
Mauritius 55 4,32 57 2
Costa Rica 56 4,31 55 -1
Azerbaijan 57 4,29 51 -6
Brazil 58 4,28 56 -2
Vietnam 59 4,27 75 16
Slovak Republic 60 4,25 47 -13
Turkey 61 4,25 61 0
Sri Lanka 62 4,25 79 17
Russian Federation 63 4,24 63 0
Uruguay 64 4,23 65 1
Jordan 65 4,21 50 -15
Mexico 66 4,19 60 -6
Romania 67 4,16 64 -3
Colombia 68 4,14 69 1
Iran 69 4,14 n/a n/a
Latvia 70 4,14 68 -2
Bulgaria 71 4,13 76 5
Kazakhstan 72 4,12 67 -5
Peru 73 4,11 78 5
Namibia 74 4,09 74 0
Morocco 75 4,08 73 -2
Botswana 76 4,05 66 -10
Croatia 77 4,04 72 -5
Guatemala 78 4,04 80 2
Macedonia, FYR 79 4,02 84 5
Rwanda 80 4,00 n/a n/a
Egypt 81 4,00 70 -11
El Salvador 82 3,99 77 -5
Greece 83 3,99 71 -12
Trinidad and Tobago 84 3,97 86 2
Philippines 85 3,96 87 2
Algeria 86 3,96 83 -3
Argentina 87 3,95 85 -2
Albania 88 3,94 96 8
Ukraine 89 3,90 82 -7
Gambia, The 90 3,90 81 -9
Honduras 91 3,89 89 -2
Lebanon 92 3,89 n/a n/a
Georgia 93 3,86 90 -3
Moldova 94 3,86 n/a n/a
Jamaica 95 3,85 91 -4
Serbia 96 3,84 93 -3
Syria 97 3,79 94 -3
Armenia 98 3,76 97 -1
Mongolia 99 3,75 117 18
Libya 100 3,74 88 -12
Dominican Republic 101 3,72 95 -6
Bosnia and Herzegovina 102 3,70 109 7
Benin 103 3,69 103 0
Senegal 104 3,67 92 -12
Ecuador 105 3,65 105 0
Kenya 106 3,65 98 -8
Bangladesh 107 3,64 106 -1
Bolivia 108 3,64 120 12
Cambodia 109 3,63 110 1
Guyana 110 3,62 104 -6
Cameroon 111 3,58 111 0
Nicaragua 112 3,57 115 3
Tanzania 113 3,56 100 -13
Ghana 114 3,56 114 0
Zambia 115 3,55 112 -3
Tajikistan 116 3,53 122 6
Cape Verde 117 3,51 n/a n/a
Uganda 118 3,51 108 -10
Ethiopia 119 3,51 118 -1
Paraguay 120 3,49 124 4
Kyrgyz Republic 121 3,49 123 2
Venezuela 122 3,48 113 -9
Pakistan 123 3,48 101 -22
Madagascar 124 3,46 121 -3
Malawi 125 3,45 119 -6
Swaziland 126 3,40 n/a n/a
Nigeria 127 3,38 99 -28
Lesotho 128 3,36 107 -21
Côte d'Ivoire 129 3,35 116 -13
Nepal 130 3,34 125 -5
Mozambique 131 3,32 129 -2
Mali 132 3,28 130 -2
Timor-Leste 133 3,23 126 -7
Burkina Faso 134 3,20 128 -6
Mauritania 135 3,14 127 -8
Zimbabwe 136 3,03 132 -4
Burundi 137 2,96 133 -4
Angola 138 2,93 n/a n/a
Chad 139 2,73 131 -8

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