The Atlas of Economic Complexity

A useful tool from Harvard’s Growth Lab:

The United States of America⁩ is ⁨a high-income⁩ country, ranking as the ⁨⁨5th⁩ richest economy⁩ per capita out of 133 studied. Its ⁨332 million⁩ inhabitants have a GDP per capita of ⁨$70,219⁩⁨ (⁨$70,219⁩ PPP; ⁨2021⁩)⁩. GDP per capita growth has averaged ⁨1.5%⁩ over the past five years, ⁨above⁩ regional averages.
⁨The USA⁩ ranks as the ⁨⁨14th⁩ most⁩ complex country in the Economic Complexity Index (ECI) ranking. Compared to a decade prior, ⁨the USA’s⁩ ⁨economy has become less complex, ⁩⁨worsening ⁩⁨⁨2⁩ positions in the ECI ranking⁩. ⁨⁨The USA’s⁩ worsening complexity has ⁨been driven by a lack of diversification of exports⁩.⁩ Moving forward, ⁨the USA⁩ is positioned to take advantage of ⁨many⁩ opportunities to diversify its production using its existing knowhow.
⁨The USA⁩ is ⁨as complex as expected⁩ for its income level. ⁨The economy⁩ is projected to grow ⁨slowly.⁩ The Growth Lab’s ⁨2031⁩ Growth Projections foresee growth in ⁨the USA⁩ of ⁨2.5%⁩ annually over the coming decade, ranking in the ⁨bottom half⁩ of countries globally.
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