More About Our Tools
Our flagship tool, the Atlas of Economic Complexity, allows users to explore global trade flows across markets, track these dynamics over time and discover new growth opportunities for every country. Since its launch in 2013, the Atlas has reached more than 1.5 million people and has active users in almost every country worldwide. Released in 2021, Metroverse takes our research to the city level, providing insights into economic composition, specialization, position in the industry space, and growth opportunities for 1,000+ cities. In addition, we've developed sub-national Atlases, country dashboards, interactive stories, open-source software packages, and working prototypes, all of which can be found on the Viz Hub.
Our digital tools have been featured in various media outlets including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Bloomberg, Financial Times, and the Harvard Gazette. In 2019 we were the 2nd runner up for the Digital Humanities Best Data Visualization Award and were short-listed for an Information is Beautiful Award in 2018, 2019 and 2022.
Custom-made industry targeting tool allows users to explore the viability and benefit of any product or industry in comparison with Namibia’s current productive capabilities and comparative advantages.
Displays the results of the complexity analysis developed to provide a roadmap to identify the economic activities with the highest potential to diversify Jordan’s export basket and drive growth, while supporting higher wages.
Our research in 2021 included analyzing South Africa's non-employment rates, understanding diversification opportunities within Ethiopia's agriculture sector, modeling the global GDP loss of not vaccinating emerging and developing economies, and studying whether Colombia and Jordan could export services to developed countries through telework.
This brief analysis takes stock of Albania’s economic growth prior to the COVID-19 crisis and what the strengths and weaknesses of the pre-COVID economy imply for recovery and the possibility of accelerating long-term and inclusive growth in the years to come.