If such examples show that improvements in competitiveness are perfectly achievable, the WCY
also reveals what keeps countries stuck in the bottom: The WCY
's lowest ranks are largely occupied by countries experiencing political and economic upheaval.
On appeal, WCY
challenged the Michigan Tax Tribunal's admission of the assessor's testimony and report, arguing that she was unqualified to render an expert opinion in the matter because she did not have a real estate appraiser's license and, in Michigan, there is a state regulation prohibiting an unlicensed person from acting as an appraiser.
promoted the high motivation of Austrian workers by pointing to the third place in the WCY
for the respective indicator.
proporciona un cubrimiento de 60 economias nacionales y regionales.
, which analyzes and ranks the ability of nations to create and maintain an environment that sustains the competitiveness of enterprises.
Along with objective statistics, the WCY
presented a worldwide opinion poll of how business people assessed their country's competitiveness.
In the WCY
formula, "world competitiveness" is a combination of assets that are inherent and created as well as processes that transfer assets into economic results (Man, 1998).
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Appendix C: The Variables of Table 3 by Cluster and Number in Source WCY
# Category Title of item Year 1.
We note the WCY
report stated the Philippines registered marked improvements in business efficiency and infrastructure and remained stable in government efficiency, while the countrys workforce emerged as the economys most attractive feature.
According to the International Institute for Management Development's (IMD) WCY
report, the country went down a notch to 42nd in the world rankings, from 41st last year.
is the oldest and, apart from the World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Report, the only systematic compilation of per country competitiveness rankings.