A country report typically contains 30-40 pages of analysis of the economy in terms of the New Economic Metrics, including comparisons with relevant other countries and products.

A typical output is a country spectroscopy, which roughly speaking, represents a sort of x-ray of the production of a country. In the example below, you can see how the product portfolios of the BRIC countries differ in their spectroscopy:


Another aspect of a country analysis is ability to plot the ranking of country fitness over time and to give insight into non-monetary features of economic systems. In the example below you can see how the fitness evolution of China/India and Brazil/Russia diverge - a leading indicator of GDP development.


Products typically develop in clusters and networks. A depiction and then a quantitative analysis of the network, is a guide for potential industrial policies:


A elements of a country diagnosis would be established together with the client - and also include the latest scientific development in the methodology.