Santo Domingo ranked 145th of 148 on IESE Cities in Motion Index
Santo Domingo has done poorly on the IESE Business School Cities in Motion Index (CIMI). The capital of the Dominican Republic ranked 145th of 148 countries.
The index seeks to evaluate cities in relation to 10 key dimensions: governance, urban planning, public management, technology, environment, international outreach, social cohesion, mobility and transport, human capital and economy.
The report by the University of Navarra’s IESE Business School’s Globalization and Strategy Center is produced as a tool for use by the public sector, private businesses, civil society organizations and academic institutions to foster life in better cities.
Cities in the Latin American countries of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela appear on the index. In these countries, only the city of Caracas, Venezuela (147th) was ranked lower than Santo Domingo.
The DR’s rankings were: Economy (126), Human Capital (144), Social Cohesion (136), Environment (126), Public Management (88), Governance (116), Urban Planning (115), International Outreach (138), Technology (145), Mobility and Transportation (67).
May 8, 2015
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