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Chandler Good Government Index 2021 Report

Chandler Good Government Index (CGGI) 2021 Report

The Chandler Good Government Index (CGGI) 2021 report has been produced by the Chandler Institute of Governance (CIG). This is the first edition of annual series of Chandler Good Government Index (CGGI). It has been produced for 104 countries globally, to measure the effectiveness of governments.

The CGGI is the world’s most comprehensive index of governance quality and outcomes.

The Chandler Good Government Index is made up of 34 indicators, which are organised into seven pillars:
  1. Leadership and Foresight
  2. Robust Laws and Policies
  3. Strong Institutions
  4. Financial Stewardship
  5. Attractive Marketplace
  6. Global Influence and Reputation
  7. Helping People Rise

The first six pillars related to the six realms of government capabilities. The final pillar focuses on the key outcomes of good governance that help create opportunity and prosperity.

Rank of India:

India has been ranked 49th in the Chandler Good Government Index 2021 with an index score of 0.516 among 104 countries, in terms of government capabilities and outcomes.

Top & Bottom Country:

Finland, with an index score of 0.848 topped while Venezuela placed at bottom with an index score of 0.155, in the list.

Rankings of Some Countries:

Top Five Countries:
  • Finland- Rank 1
  • Switzerland- Rank 2
  • Singapore- Rank 3
  • Netherlands- Rank 4
  • Denmark- Rank 5
Bottom Five Countries:
  • Mali- Rank 100
  • Mozambique- Rank 101
  • Nigeria- Rank 102
  • Zimbabwe- Rank 103
  • Venezuela- Rank 104
Neighbouring Countries of India:
  • China- Rank 41
  • Sri Lanka- Rank 74
  • Pakistan- Rank 90
  • Nepal- Rank 92
Some Other Countries:
  • United Kingdom- Rank 12
  • United States- Rank 18
  • Russian Federation- Rank 48
Headquarter:

The Chandler Institute of Governance (CIG) headquartered in Singapore.

Source: chandlergovernmentindex.com

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