The world's top countries excel in many fields—but there can only be one #1. How have the most competitive economies shifted in the past decade?
Since 1965, over ⅓ of the world’s cumulative carbon emissions can be traced back to just 20 fossil fuel companies. Who are the biggest contributors?
How much do your vacations contribute to your destination of choice? This visualization shows the countries that receive the most tourist spending.
The annual Misery Index ranks the most and least miserable countries, based on four economic factors—unemployment, inflation, lending rates, and GDP growth.
These are the largest international trade powerhouses of the world, resized on the map based on their annual exports in 2018.
According to the latest World Bank data, the global economy is now $85.8 trillion in nominal terms. Here's how it breaks down.
How do the rankings of the world's most affluent countries change when using different metrics to measure wealth per capita?
This map shows the 25 oldest democracies in the world, based on how long current democratic governments have been in continuous power.
These 10 countries hold 74% of the world's $204 trillion in private wealth. How will this wealth of nations change over the next decade?
Just 15 countries are responsible for almost three quarters of the world’s carbon emissions. But what does this look like per capita, and over time?