IMF material on global imbalances, capital flows, global reserve system, global financial safety nets, surveillance and policy co-ordination….http://www.imsreform.org/
The latest offering from the World Economic Forum shows Switzerland topping the overall ranking in The Global Competitiveness Report 2010-2011. The United States falls two places to fourth position, overtaken by Sweden (2nd) and Singapore (3rd). The Nordic countries continue to be well positioned in the ranking, with Sweden, Finland (7th) and Denmark (9th) among the top 10, and with Norway at 14th. Sweden overtakes the US and Singapore this year to be placed 2nd overall. The United Kingdom, after falling in the rankings over recent years, moves back up by one place to 12th position. The latest report features a comparison of 139 economies.
The World Economic Forum looks at 12 “pillars” of economic competitiveness: institutions; infrastructure; macroeconomic environment; health and primary education; higher education and training; goods market efficiency; labour market efficiency; financial market development; technological readiness; market size; business sophistication; innovation.