Which American Economic Association member country is most likely to lead the US economy in GDP growth in the next five years?
In the latest edition of the annual World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report, the American Economic Associations (AEA) ranks the economies of the United States as the best in the world.
The rankings are based on an assessment of how the economy is performing in relation to its peers around the world, including a ranking of each country’s economy by the economic clout of the US.
The report includes an indicator of economic performance based on the percentage of GDP earned by each of the major economies in the United Nations.
In the 2016 edition of its report, the United Nation’s Economic and Social Council, an intergovernmental body that is chaired by the president, also ranked the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates as the “best performers” in terms of GDP per capita growth.
The OECD, the body that publishes the report, has ranked the US as the world’s best economic performer for five consecutive years.
The American Council on Foreign Relations has ranked US economy as the third-best economy in the OECD.
A new report published by the New America Foundation (NAF) estimates that American workers have been the “worst off” in the US in terms in terms the economic strength of their paychecks and in terms that have led to stagnant wages for middle-class Americans.
The index of economic competitiveness is based on factors such as the GDP per-capita and inflation-adjusted GDP growth.
A score of 100 is considered to be an average for the world as a whole.
According to the New American Foundation, the US has a score of 87.0.
The score for the United World has a scoring of 89.0, the World Bank and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development have a score ranging from 69.2 to 86.0 and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has a ranking from 89.4.