Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Ireland’s Impressive Global Rankings

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day (and my oldest son who is named Patrick), here is how Ireland positively ranks against other countries using various criteria.

2 – Global Food Security – food affordability, availability, quality and safety, and sustainability and adaptation (Source)

6 – Intelligent Transformation – adoption of big data, artificial intelligence and the internet of things (Source)

6 – Energy Equity – provides reliable access to affordable energy (Source)

7 – World Competitiveness – competitiveness criteria using economic literature, international, national and regional sources (Source)

7 – Global Cities (top 10 in global cities outlook) – top world’s leading global cities, “engines of dynamism and innovation…health” (Source)

8 – Common Good of Humanity – contributes to the common good of humanity, and what it takes away, relative to its size (Source)

9 – Sustainable Development Goals – progress towards achieving UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) (Source)

10 – (lower number is better rank) Level of Perceived Corruption – perceived level of public sector corruption (Source)

13 – Social Progress – nutrition, sanitation, shelter, personal safety, access to information/basic knowledge/education, health, environmental quality, personal freedom and rights (Source)

18 – Global Resilience – business environment using economic, risk quality (i.e. climate) and supply chain core drivers (Source)

18 – Government AI Readiness – how ready the government is to implement AI in the delivery of public services to citizens (Source)

23 – Global Innovation – innovation capabilities (Source)

171 – (higher number is better rank) Fragility – fragility, risk and vulnerability (Source)

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