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  1. Global Financial Centres Index - Wikipedia

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    • Ranking
    • Financial Centre Profiles
    • Top 15 Centres by Area of Competitiveness
    • Top 15 Centres by Industry Sector
    • Key Areas
    • Industry Sectors
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    The ranking is an aggregate of indices from five key areas: "business environment", "financial sector development", "infrastructure factors", "human capital", "reputation and general factors". As of March 17, 2021, the top centres worldwide are: N.B.Berlin, Trinidad & Tobago, and Bogotá are the latest new entries, having not been included in the GFCI 28 ranking.

    This report ranked 114 international financial centers into the following matrix, as of 17 March 2021:

    This is run for five separate areas of competitiveness to assess how financial centres perform in each of the areas GFCI 25 (2019 March).

    This creates separate sub-indices: Banking, Investment Management, Insurance, Professional Services, and Government & Regulatory sectors for GFCI 25 (2019 March) .

    The human capital factors summarize the availability of a skilled workforce, the flexibility of the labour market, the quality of the business education and the skill-set of the workforce, and quality of life. The business environment factors aggregate and value the regulation, tax rates, levels of corruption, economic freedom and how difficult in general it is to do business. To measure regulation an online questionnaire has been used. The financial sector development factors assess the volume and value of trading in capital markets and other financial markets, the cluster effect of the number of different financial service companies at the location, and employment and economic output indicators. The infrastructure factors account for the price and availability of office space at the location, as well as public transport. Reputation and General considers more subjective aspects such as innovation, brand appeal, cultural diversity and competitive positioning.

    The index provides sub-rankings in the main areas of financial services – banking, investment management, insurance, professional services, government and regulation.

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  2. Global Peace Index - Wikipedia

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    Global Peace Index ( GPI) is a report produced by the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP) which measures the relative position of nations' and regions' peacefulness. The GPI ranks 172 independent states and territories ...

  3. Global Hunger Index - Wikipedia

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    Global Hunger Index. The Global Hunger Index ( GHI) is a tool that measures and tracks hunger globally as well as by region and by country. The GHI is calculated annually, and its results appear in a report issued in October each year. After ...

  4. Big Mac Index - Wikipedia

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    The Big Mac index was introduced in The Economist in September 1986 by Pam Woodall as a semi-humorous illustration of PPP and has been published by that paper annually since then. The index also gave rise to the word burgernomics. One suggested method of predicting exchange rate movements is that, according to the law of one price, the rate between two currencies should naturally adjust so that a sample basket of goods and services should cost the same in both currencies. In the Big Mac Index, the basket in question is a single Big Mac burger as sold by the McDonald's fast food restaurant chain. The Big Mac was chosen because it is available to a common specification in many countries around the world as local McDonald's franchiseesat least in theory have significant responsibility for negotiating input prices. For these reasons, the index enables a comparison between many countries' currencies. The Big Mac PPP exchange rate between two countries is obtained by dividing the price of...

    Six most expensive(12 January 2021) This statistic shows the most expensive places to buy a Big Mac. 1. Switzerland – $7.30 (6.50 CHF) 2. Sweden – $6.37 (52.88 SEK) 3. Norway – $6.09 (52.00 NOK) 4. United States – $5.66 (5.66 USD) 5. Israel – $5.35 (17.00 ILS) 6. Canada – $5.29 (6.77 CAD) Six cheapest(12 January 2021) This statistic shows the least expensive places to buy a Big Mac. 1. India – $1.62 (130.07 INR) 2. Lebanon – $1.77 (15,500.00 LBP) 3. Russia – $1.81 (135.00 RUB) 4. Turkey – $2.01 (14.99 TRY) 5. South Africa – $2.16 (33.50 ZAR) 6. Ukraine – $2.20 (62.00 UAH) Six fastest earned(July 2015) This statistic shows the average working time required to buy one Big Mac in selected cities around the world in 2015. 1. Hong Kong– 8.6 min 2. Luxembourg– 10.3 min 3. Japan, Tokyo– 10.4 min 4. Switzerland, Zürich– 10.6 min 5. United States, Miami– 10.7 min 6. Switzerland, Geneva– 10.8 min Six slowest earned(July 2015) This statistic shows the average working time required to buy one B...

  5. Global Slavery Index - Wikipedia

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    The Global Slavery Index is a global study of modern slavery published by the Minderoo Foundation’s Walk Free initiative. Four editions have been published: in 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2018. The 2018 edition builds on the Global Estimates of Modern ...

  6. Global Terrorism Index - Wikipedia

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    There is no single internationally accepted definition of what constitutes terrorism. IEP accepts the terminology and definitions agreed to by the authors of the GTD, the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) researchers and its advisory panel. The GTI therefore defines terrorism as “the threatened or actual use of illegal force and violence by a non-state actor to attain a political, economic, religious, or social goal through fear, coercion, or intimidation”.This definition recognises that terrorism is not only the physical act of an attack, but also the psychological impact it has on a society for many years after. In order to be included as an incident in the GTD the act has to be: “an intentional act of violence or threat of violence by a non-state actor". This means an incident has to meet three criteria in order for it to be counted as a terrorist act: 1. The incident must be intentional – the result of a conscious calculation on th...

    The economic impact of terrorism is calculated using IEP's cost of violence methodology. The model includes both the direct and indirect costs, such as the lost life-time earnings, cost of medical treatments and property destruction from incidents of terrorism. The direct costs include those borne by the victim of the terrorist act and associated expenditure, such as medical spending. The indirect costs include lost productivity and earning as well as the psychological trauma to the victims, their families and friends. The analysis presents conservative estimates of the economic impact of terrorism and does not include variables for which detailed appropriate data was not available. For instance, the analysis does not include the impact on business, the cost of fear from terrorism or the cost of counterterrorism. The global economic impact of terrorism reached US$89.6 billion in 2015, decreasing by 15 per cent from its 2014 level. There have been three peaks in the economic impact o...

    The Institute for Economics and Peacehas published eight editions of the Global Terrorism Index to date. The most recent report was released in November 2020.

  7. Democracy Index - Wikipedia

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    The index is self-described as intending to measure the state of democracy in 167 countries, of which 166 are sovereign states and 164 are UN member states . The index is based on 60 indicators grouped in five different categories, measuring ...

  8. Argentina - Wikipedia

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    Argentina (Spanish: [aɾxenˈtina]), officially the Argentine Republic (Spanish: República Argentina), is a country in the southern half of South America.It shares the bulk of the Southern Cone with Chile to the west, and is also bordered by ...

  9. Sri Lanka - Wikipedia

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    The pre-history of Sri Lanka goes back 125,000 years and possibly even as far back as 500,000 years. [34] The era spans the Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, and early Iron Ages.Among the Paleolithic human settlements discovered in Sri Lanka, ...

  10. Education Index - Wikipedia

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    Calculation A country's education index is calculated with the following formula = +, expected years of schooling, is a calculation of the number of years a student is expected to attend school, or university. In most countries, a ...

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