Skip to main navigation

Winning in a polycentric world: globalization and the changing world of business - The Globalization Index 2010 summary - EY - Global

Winning in a polycentric world:
globalization and the changing world of business The Globalization Index 2010 summary

The Globalization Index was created to measure the extent to which the 60 largest countries (by GDP) are connecting to the rest of the world. This table provides a breakdown by country (or, where applicable, territory).

Overall   Country 2010 composite   1995 composite  
1 Hong Kong (SAR)   7.48 5.45
2 Ireland 7.43 4.93
3 Singapore 6.78 5.91
4 Denmark 5.93 4.20
5 Switzerland 5.86 3.99
6 Belguim 5.82 4.50
7 Sweden 5.90 4.04
8 Netherlands 5.59 4.57
9 Hungary 5.35 4.39
10 Finland 5.29 3.85
11 Slovakia 5.16 3.25
12 Taiwan 5.15 3.90
13 Israel 5.11 4.71
14 Austria 5.10 4.38
15 United Kingdom 5.00 4.14
16 Germany 4.89 3.78
17 Canada 4.89 4.07
18 France 4.71 3.80
19 Norway 4.67 3.50
20 Czech Republic 4.67 3.47
21 Spain 4.61 3.65
22 Portugal 4.49 4.15
23 Bulgaria 4.48 3.56
24 New Zealand 4.48 3.67
25 Poland 4.48 3.01
26 Australia 4.43 3.66
27 Malaysia 4.43 3.88
28 United States 4.41 3.57
29 Chile 4.32 3.51
30 Romania 4.32 2.65
31 Italy 4.32 3.40
32 Saudi Arabia 4.21 3.30
33 South Korea 4.17 2.81
34 Vietnam 4.15 2.73
35 Greece 4.08 3.79
36 Mexico 3.81 3.03
37 Thailand 3.77 2.99
38 Philippines 3.74 2.90
39 China 3.63 2.69
40 Colombia 3.61 2.94
41 Peru 3.58 2.93
42 Japan 3.57 2.73
43 Ukraine 3.49 2.42
44 Turkey 3.43 2.98
45 Egypt 3.39 3.16
46 Brazil 3.37 2.77
47 Sri Lanka 3.36 3.27
48 Eucador 3.28 2.69
49 Argentina 3.18 3.15
50 Pakistan 3.14 2.69
51 Russia 3.13 2.55
52 Azerbaijan 3.11 3.07
53 Kazakhstan 3.09 2.49
54 South Africa 3.04 2.69
55 Nigeria 3.03 2.57
56 Indonesia 3.00 2.70
57 India 2.96 2.60
58 Venezuela 2.85 2.62
59 Algeria 2.62 2.51
60 Iran 2.27 1.87


« Previous

Figure 4: Which of the following policy measures would you like to see your own government introduce in order to stimulate investment and business growth?

Source: Globalization survey 2010

Inside


Which policy measures would you like to see your own government introduce to stimulate investment and growth?
See how our participants responded.

Leading across borders:
inclusive thinking in
an interconnected world


How do you facilitate inclusive thinking in an interconnected world? Our study reveals that achieving this in today’s global marketplace means challenging the status quo.

Download

Contacts

Back to top