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Universities & GDP

This report analyses the correlation between the number of universities and the GDP on countries in the world

70
Countries
In scope
837
Universities
Covered

Correlation

Looking at 837 universities in 70 countries, there is a moderate correlation between the number of universities and the gdp of a given country

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Data by country

Country Universities GDP (M $USD)
United States 168 20,953,030
United Kingdom 81 2,759,804
Japan 43 5,057,758
Germany 41 3,846,413
China 38 14,722,730
Italy 34 1,888,709
France 32 2,630,317
Australia 31 1,327,836
Spain 25 1,281,484
Canada 25 1,645,423
Brazil 18 1,444,733
India 17 2,660,245
Netherlands 13 913,865
Russia 13 1,483,497
Turkey 11 719,954
Sweden 11 541,220
Switzerland 10 752,248
Czech Republic 9 245,339
Finland 9 269,594
Ireland 9 425,888
Iran 8 203,471
Austria 7 433,258
Thailand 7 501,643
Greece 7 188,835
New Zealand 7 210,700
Portugal 7 228,539
Poland 7 596,624
Belgium 7 521,861
Israel 6 407,100
South Africa 6 335,442
Chile 6 252,940
Denmark 6 356,084
Hungary 6 155,808
Malaysia 5 337,006
Norway 4 362,198
Romania 4 248,715
Egypt 3 365,252
Saudi Arabia 3 700,117
Jordan 2 43,697
Colombia 2 271,437
Ukraine 2 155,498
Mexico 2 1,073,915
United Arab Emirates 2 358,868
Slovenia 2 53,589
Estonia 2 30,650
Pakistan 2 262,610
Singapore 2 339,998
Qatar 1 144,411
Serbia 1 53,335
Cyprus 1 24,612
Nigeria 1 432,293
Kenya 1 101,013
Morocco 1 114,725
Latvia 1 33,707
Lebanon 1 31,735
Luxembourg 1 73,353
Iceland 1 21,718
Lithuania 1 56,546
Belarus 1 60,258
Argentina 1 389,288
Oman 1 73,971
Uganda 1 37,600
Indonesia 1 1,058,423
Bangladesh 1 323,056
Ghana 1 68,532
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