The EU Regional Competitiveness Index (RCI) measures the major factors of competitiveness in EU regions. The index is based on the following definition: ‘Regional competitiveness is the ability of a region to offer an attractive and sustainable environment for firms and residents to live and work in’. The index includes 74 indicators to track aspects such as governance, infrastructure, health, human capital, labour market and innovation. The EU regional version of the index is based on the global GCI, which monitors competitiveness at national level in 141 countries, including all EU Member States.
EU-27 RCI scores 2019
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