Institute for Policy and Strategy on National Competitiveness (IPSNC, ipsnc.org), one of the three major institutions that report national competitiveness, along with International Institute for Management Development (IMD, imd.org) and World Economic Forum (WEF, weforum.org), collaborates with DeNations to conduct research which is required to publish IPS National Competitiveness Research 2020–2021.
DeNations encourages the 20,000 members of DeNations in 161 nations to execute and promote surveys on national competitiveness and compensate them with token economy. The data collected in the study will be also used to further enhance DeNations’ DGDP.
About IPS National Competitiveness Research
The IPS National Competitiveness Report is jointly released by three institutions in Switzerland and South Korea. The UN Institute for Training and Research (UNTAR, unitar.org) in Geneva, Switzerland, the Taylor Institute of Franklin University Switzerland in Lugano (fus.edu/taylor-institute), and the Institute for Policy and Strategy on National Competitiveness (IPSNC, ipsnc.org) have collaborated since this year. Unlike IMD and WEF, which compare only the current conditions of each country, IPS derives the national competitiveness rankings by applying different competitive strategies of the country’s government and businesses to the current conditions. Competitive strategies include low cost strategy and differentiation strategy. A low cost strategy refers to a strategy that pursues low cost and low quality, while a differentiation strategy pursues high cost and high quality.
DeNations members! Get USDT & SMTS by finishing the survey required for the research and sharing the information on Twitter!