World Economics has prepared rankings for over 155+ countries showing the relative performance of each country on a global and regional scale.

Rankings for Data Quality

GDP Data Quality Rankings
Global rankings concentrating on the relative data quality of each country's GDP data. Data rankings are produced from scores in five areas: Base year recency; SNA version; Informal economy size; research resources available; and likelihood of Government interference.
Populaton Data Quality Rankings
Rankings focusing on the quality of the population data reported for each country. Data estimates vary wildly, the data quality rankings cover three factors: Census year, Statistical capacity and Registration of live births
GDP per Capita Data Quality Rankings
Major differences exist in the quality of both GDP and population data between countries. When GDP and population data of poor quality are combined to produce GDP per capita data the accuracy of the resulting ratio is further diminished. These rankings combine the two and the quality of the resulting data are reported for each country.

Rankings for Gross Domestic Product

Countries ranked by GDP size
Rankings of GDP by size for over 155 countries taking into account base year age and informal economy size.
Countries ranked by share of global GDP growth
The dataset comprises rankings of 155+ countries based on their share of GDP growth over the past decade, providing a valuable resource for assessing long-term economic trends across nations.
Countries ranked by share of global GDP
Countries are ranked by their share of global GDP from largest to smallest.
Countries ranked by growth rate (CAGR)
CAGR measures the average annual growth rate of an investment over a certain period, it assums that the growth rate is constant over the time frame.
Countries ranked by GDP per capita
GDP per Capita provids an estimate of the average economic well-being of individuals, all countries are ranked by highest first.
Countries ranked by their informal economy size
This data shows the size of each country’s informal economy as a percentage of GDP, ranked by largest to smallest. The informal economy is the part of any economy that is neither offically taxed nor monitored.
Countries ranked by debt levels
World Economics has upgraded each country's GDP presenting it in PPP terms with added estimates for the size of the informal economy and adjustments for out-of-date GDP base year data. Using the World Economics GDP Database it is possible to rank more realistic debt levels for each country.

Rankings for E.S.G.

Countries ranked by environmental impact
The environmental impact index is based on the equal weighting of total Carbon and Methane emissions. 155+ countries are covered in these rankings.
Countries ranked by social factors
These rankings weight multiple key social indicators covering Health, Education and Employment to measure each nation's relationship with it's citizens, population, workers, and communities.
Countries ranked by governance
The governance rankings assess data on corruption perception, rule of law, press freedom and political rights. The Governance Index gives equal weight to all four criteria and covers over 155+ countries worldwide.

Rankings for Socioeconomic Factors

Countries ranked by population size
The reported population size of each country is ranked against for over 155+ countries worldwide.
Countries ranked by corruption levels
Governments sometimes manipulate GDP data for many reaons. The data table shows the level of perceived corruption, ranked by least corrupt to most corrupt.
Countries ranked by inequality
The distribution of income in an economy matters and can be measured on a country by country basis for comparison purposes. World Economics has developed a simple Inequality Index which references the Gini Coefficient in relation to each country.