The Inclusive Growth and Development Report, published by the World economic forum in September 2015, is a study disclosed at the end of a two year research period on the topics of income inequality and social inclusion across 120 countries. It takes into account seven key economic areas that have extensive impact on our societies. Employment and Opportunity to provide fair wages and good working conditions for everyone, Education to give people the tools they need to succeed, Financial Services to get savings and other assets working productively, Infrastructure and Health Services to build a healthy and connected workforce, Tackling Corruption to make sure awards go to those who deserve them most, Asset Building and Entrepreneurship to foster resilience and innovation and Taxes and Transfers to ensure fairness and progress. In accordance to the above mentioned criteria, here is how the 30 most advanced economies compare. Please note that scores vary from 1 to a maximum of 7.
To gain a more comprehensive understanding on how countries worldwide score in each of the seven pillars and their relative sub-pillars, take a look at the interactive maps below and click on the country of interest to see how it scores and ranks.