International Property Rights Index 2019

Canada is in the top 20 quintile, and its IPRI (International Property Rights Index) score is 8,264, a decrease from 2018 by 0.029. Canada’s Global ranking is 11. The International […]

Canada is in the top 20 quintile, and its IPRI (International Property Rights Index) score is 8,264, a decrease from 2018 by 0.029. Canada’s Global ranking is 11.

The International Property Rights Index (IPRI), developed by the Alliance for Property Rights, has shown significant and positive correlations of this indicator with different variables that report on different edges or dimensions of development (economic growth, freedoms, human capacities,  social capital, research and innovation, and ecological performance) conceptualized in a broad and comprehensive way with a multidimensional character.

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