World Talent Ranking

Scoring countries across three factors of Investment & Development, Readiness and Appeal
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World Talent Ranking 2020 - An overview
2020 results underline the importance of education and mobility to foster and attract talent

World Talent ranking factors

Computing the Rankings

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Talent, regulation and capital needed for Thai economy to recover
Topics: Competitiveness
27 January 2021

Thailand needs to attract digital talent and invest more in education for it to boost its competitiveness in the current economic climate. That is the key message that came out of a recent IMD webinar, organized in…

European economies take 8 out of top 10 spots in 2020 World Talent Ranking
Topics: Competitiveness
12 November 2020

In order, from first to fifth were: Switzerland, Denmark, Luxembourg, Iceland, and Sweden.

This year’s results— which use hard data from 2019 and survey answers from January to April 2020 — underline…

Switzerland must be bolder in innovation and investment to keep pace with the digital revolution
Topics: Digital, Competitiveness
2 October 2020

Switzerland is “well positioned” to challenge the global leaders the digital revolution, according to Director of the IMD World Competitiveness Center Arturo Bris, but there are signs that a lack of ambition…

The future of the world will depend on digitalization
Topics: Competitiveness, Leadership
1 October 2020

The United States came first, Singapore second, and Denmark third in the 2020 IMD World Digital Competitiveness Ranking, a giant compilation of data that economists said could help predict how…

Singapore, Helsinki and Zurich triumph in global smart city index
Topics: Competitiveness, Leadership
17 September 2020

Singapore, Helsinki and Zurich have taken the podium positions in the 2020 IMD-SUTD Smart City Index Report, a collaboration between IMD and Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD).

The 2020 Indexranked 109…