Measure the feasibility of change in policy given the structure of a nation’s political institutions and the preference of the actors that inhabit them.
The survey is designed to measure progress in developing political freedoms and democracy.
To provide a framework for capturing the magnitude and scope of gender-based disparities around the world, by benchmarking national gender gaps on economic, political, education- and health-based criteria.
The index assesses the pressures experienced by nations based on social, economic, and political indicators such as demographic pressures, refugee flows, uneven economic development or severe economic decline, and human rights, among others. This is done to measure the stability and vulnerability of selected states, to give early warnings of possible failing states to policy actors.
The Gender Equity Index (GEI) is designed to measures the gap between women and men in education, economy and political empowerment
The purpose of the Basic Capabilities Index (BCI) is to monitor the situation of poverty in the world, by considering a person's capabilities of accessing a series of services that are of crucial importance in development goals.
To measure financial individuals’ usage of financial products across countries and over time.
To measure the degree to which the policies and institutions of countries are supportive of economic freedom.
To rank the world’s major economies (G20) in terms of how good they are for women, measured on 6 categories: workplace opportunities, access to resources, participation in politics, quality of health, freedom from violence, and freedom from trafficking and slavery.
The purpose of the Aid Transparency Index (ATI) is to assess overall aid transparency at three separate levels – organisation, country and activity/project.