Home   |   Graphical Overview of Linkages   |   Country Profile   |   GEG Profile
Select countries
Select subregions
Select regions
Select other regional groupings
Definition
The inclusive wealth index measures the wealth of nations by carrying out a comprehensive analysis of a country's productive base. That is, it measures all of the assets from which human well-being is derived, including manufactured, human and natural capital.

Options:
Indexed lines
Global

Compare:
Neighboring countries
Compare to region

Display:    

Update

Related Variables

Inclusive Wealth Index - Total Forest (US dollars per capita) Inclusive Wealth Index - Non-renewable Resources (US dollars per capita) Inclusive Wealth Index - Agricultural Land growth (US dollars per capita) Inclusive Wealth Index unadjusted growth (Constant 2005 US dollar)

show data completeness
link for this graphic

Supports GEGs:


Supports SDGs: