GSCI News

  • Korea & Sustainable Competitiveness: Status & Outlook

    Korea & Sustainable Competitiveness: Status & Outlook Top in Innovation, bottom in resource management Korea is ranked on the 41st position of the Global Sustainable Competitiveness Index 2016. The breakdown of results shows a very mixed picture: Korea is the global Number One in terms of Intellectual Capital (the basis for Innovation) – but at the same time, the last of 180 nations in terms of resource efficiency. A very mixed bag. This report is divided in two parts. Part […]

  • What The Donald

    What The Donald !!! …maybe should be worried about. Or: why the US is only ranked 32 in the Global Sustainable Competitiveness Index. An analyis of the sustainable competitiveness of the USA, derived from the Global Sustainable Competitiveness Index The US is currently only ranked 32 of 180 nations in the GSCI, scoring only 10% above average, but nearly 25% below the best. While the US scores above average in natural capital, intellectual capital and governance, the country is considerably […]

  • The Global Sustainable Competitiveness 2016

    The Global Sustainable Competitiveness 2016 is topped by Sweden Scandinavia tops the GSCI (again); Germany ranked 14, Japan 15, UK 21, US only 32, China 37 SolAbility releases the rankings of the 5th edition of the Global Sustainable Competitiveness Index (GSCI). The GSCI is based on an inclusive competitiveness model, analysing 109 indicators. In order to exclude any subjectivity, all indicators are measurable, quantitative indictors derived from the World Bank and UN databases. The GSCI 2016 is topped by Sweden, followed […]

  • The Global Sustainable Competitiveness Index 2016 is out!

    The Global Sustainable Competitiveness Index 2016 is out! The 5th edition of the Global Sustainable Competitiveness Index is out! Read more…

  • USA is ranked only 41 in the Global Sustainable Competitiveness Index

    The USA is ranked 41th of 180 countries in the Global Sustainable Competitiveness Index 2015 . The US scores below the global average in resource intensity and social cohesion, and while the intellectual capital score is considerably above the global average, it is also significantly below the global best score. In none of the fundamental 5 criteria the US scores in the global top 10. Key findings include: Natural capital: rank 50 of 180. While the US has large biodiversity, […]

  • The Sustainable Competitiveness Index 2015 is out

    The 4th edition of the Global Sustainable Competitiveness Index is out Scandinavian countries keep dominating the Global Index Do sovereign credit ratings truly reflect investor risks? Read more…