The report evaluates the competitiveness landscape of 137 economies, with Finland keeping steady in 10th place predominantly due to the high educational standard in the country.
Finland remains highly competitive globally
Finland ranks first in health and primary education and its higher education performance is second only to Singapore. High levels of investment in human capital complimented with a sophisticated innovation environment (fourth place) also explains why Finland remains in the global top 10 - writes goodnewsfinland.com.
The WEF report looks at indicators such as institutions, education and markets of the economies in question to measure their respective competitiveness.
“It assesses the factors and institutions identified by empirical and theoretical research as determining improvements in productivity, which in turn is the main determinant of long-term growth and an essential factor in economic growth and prosperity,” the report states .
Switzerland remains the world’s most competitive economy, followed by the US and Singapore.
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