Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index (WBI), the new data source for assessing the impacts of health reform.
CEIC is a very useful database in getting country’s related data. In early this year, CEIC expanded and added some additional series to their existing datasets.
Singapore came in 3rd place for IMD World Competitiveness Ranking for 2014. The rankings measure how well countries manage their economic and human resources to increase their prosperity. Access World Competitiveness Yearbook (WCY) Online to see the competitiveness of other countries.
Use Passport GMID to find economic data like GDP, Tax rates, Gini Coefficient, Tax and Social Security Contributions as % of Gross Income, Time Spent to Pay Taxes, Corruption Perspectives Index, Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Primary Energy Consumption like coal, hydroelectricity, natural gas, nuclear energy, and others.
I have been following Professor Kishore Mahbubani’s Big Ideas for Singapore in his monthly columns in The Straits Times. Last Saturday marks the final of his many big ideas which will help Singapore succeed in the next 50 years. He suggested Singaporeans to demonstrate our love for Singapore with 3 Ls : “Litter not, Laugh a lot, and Live the pledge”.