European Regional Competitiveness Index 2019 by country & component

Use the filters to type and select the Member State and the component.
Please note that in the case of the capital regions of Wien, Bruxelles, Praha, Berlin, Budapest, Amsterdam and London an artificial region combining the capital with its commuting belt is used in the RCI. For more information refer to Section 3.2 of the methodological paper.


Use the filters to type and select the Member State and the component. You can use this second graph to compare two Member States at the same time.

 

European Regional Competitiveness Index 2019 - Time evolution

Use the filters to type and select the regions to visualize, using either NUTS2 codes or the region name.
Please note that in the case of the capital regions of Wien, Bruxelles, Praha, Berlin, Budapest, Amsterdam and London an artificial region combining the capital with its commuting belt is used in the RCI. For more information refer to Section 3.2 of the methodological paper.

 

European Regional Competitiveness Index scores variations over time with significance levels

Use the filters to type and select the regions to visualize, using either NUTS2 codes or the region name. When comparing trends from the graph above, only changes above the green line or below the red line are considered significant.
Please note that in the case of the capital regions of Wien, Bruxelles, Praha, Berlin, Budapest, Amsterdam and London an artificial region combining the capital with its commuting belt is used in the RCI. For more information refer to Section 3.2 of the methodological paper.