Organisation

Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)

Journal article

Joko Widodo's Indonesia: control and reform

President Joko Widodo will not be able to achieve his ambitious development goals without foreign investment, but the measures he must take to encourage foreign investment will upset Indonesians' nationalist sensibilities. Key findings: The greatest success of Jokowi’s administration has been the way in which...
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Global liveability ranking 2015

Provides rankings for the liveability of 140 cities worldwide. The top ten liveable cities include Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Perth and Auckland. SummaryAlthough it's usually the top cities that warrant the most attention, the latest findings of The Economist Intelligence Unit's Global Liveability Ranking reflect a...
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Global liveability ranking and report: August 2014

Provides rankings for the liveability of 140 cities worldwide. The top ten liveable cities include Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Perth and Auckland. Introduction The latest findings of The Economist Intelligence Unit's Global Liveability Ranking reflect a long-term decline in scores driven by a growing number of...
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A greener shade of grey. A special report on renewable energy in China

This report looks at how Fossil fuels will continue to dominate China’s energy mix, although renewable energy will carve out a big role in the future. The large market for clean technology that this provides will give succour to firms in the sector—those, that is...
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Global liveability report: August 2012

With Vancouver slipping down the ranking slightly in 2011, Melbourne remains the most liveable location of the 140 cities surveyed, followed by the Austrian capital, Vienna. In fact, there has been no change among the top tier. The score and ranking of the top 65...