City Chartbook - Top 50 Global Cities
Since the introduction of globalization to the world's markets, considerable economic power has shifted East. Economies across the world have shrunk and expanded rapidly in the face of financial crisis, political instability, increasing protectionism and shifts in consumer demand and the traditionally predictable growth models of the 20th Century will likely never be experienced again.
- Historically, Tianjin has experienced the highest level of real GDP growth.
- Shenzhen has experienced the highest level of population growth since the turn of the century.
- Median household income is highest in Singapore.
Reasons to buy
- This report is a chartbook, which collects large datasets and displays them as easy-to-understand graphics and charts.
- It identifies the largest cities in a particular geography by 2018 nominal GDP.
- It details the various economic and demographic factors of each city, including extensive historical data ranges and forecasts over the next six years.
- Identifies the major economies within each group by nominal GDP and real GDP growth rates.
- Provides data on both historical and forecast per capita GDP.
- Details the employment structure of each included city, split between agriculture, industry and services.
- Details labor force participation rates and population growth.
- Provides data on the number of households, average household size and median household incomes in each city.
- Details the structure of the economy in GVA (gross value added) terms, and provides historical and forecast growth rates.
- Real GDP Growth
- Real GDP per Capita
- Employment Structure
- Labor Participation Rate
- Population Growth
- Number of Households
- Average Household Size
- Median Household Income
- GVA Growth
- GVA Structure
- Educational Attainment