City Competitiveness Index

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Information as of 21 Feb, 2017

EIU Liveability Rankings

Announced twice a year in February and August by EIU (Economist Intelligence Unit), which is affiliated with the British weekly Economist, the Livability rankings are determined by examining 30 indices in 5 sectors (Social Safety, Medical Service, Culture/Environment, Education, and Infrastructure), and includes 140 cities.

Ranking

Category
(weight)
Rating
(Ideal=100)
Relative Liveability Index
(NY=100)
Indicator Rating
by
Category
Reference
Propulsion policy of Seoul Metropolitan Government Related Data
Stability
(25%)
80 114
Prevalence of petty crime Tolerable
Prevalence of violent crime Acceptable
Threat of military conflict Uncomfortable
Threat of civil unrest/conflict Acceptable
Threat of terrorism Tolerable
Healthcare
(20%)
83 91
Availability of private healthcare Acceptable
Quality of private healthcare Acceptable
Availability of public healthcare Tolerable
Quality of public healthcare Tolerable
Availability of over the counter drugs Acceptable
General healthcare indicators Uncomfortable
Culture and Environment
(25%)
86 93
Climate : Humidity/Temperature rating Tolerable
Climate : Discomfort to travellers Acceptable
Cultural hardship : Corruption Uncomfortable
Cultural hardship : Social/religious restrictions Acceptable
Cultural hardship : Level of censorship Tolerable
Recreation : Sports Tolerable
Recreation : Culture Tolerable
Recreation : Food and drink Acceptable
Availability of consumer goods and services Acceptable
Education
(10%)
100 100
Availability of private education Acceptable
Quality of private education Acceptable
General public education indicators Acceptable
Infrastructure
(20%)
89 100
Transport : Quality of road network Tolerable
Transport : Quality of public transport Tolerable
Transport : Quality of regional or international connections Acceptable
Availability of good quality housing Tolerable
Utilities : Quality of energy provision Acceptable
Utilities : Quality of water provision Acceptable
Utilities : Quality of telecommunications infrastructure Acceptable
Liveability rating 86 Policy Data (Combined)
Relative liveability index
(New York=100)
99