DHL Global Connectedness Index 2021 - Globalization Shock and Recovery in the Covid-19 Crisis

Steven A. Altman and Caroline R. Bastian

DHL Global Connectedness Index 2021 Update

As the sun begins to set on 2021, the state of globalization is far stronger than many expected. The DHL Global Connectedness Index 2021 Update takes a comprehensive, data-driven look at the events of 2020-21.

DHL Global Connectedness Index 2021

Steven A. Altman

Key Findings from the DHL Global Connectedness Index 2021 Update

Presentation of key findings from the DHL Global Connectedness Index 2021 Update report, recorded at the London launch of the report on 30 November 2021

Watch
Connecting to the World

Steven A. Altman and Caroline R. Bastian

Connecting to the World

On the tenth anniversary of the GCI, we have released a special report that offers a set of lessons from this body of research. It addresses the power of a connected world to expand prosperity and how countries can boost their connectedness.

Connecting to the World

Latest Full Edition with Country Results

Report Cover

DHL Global Connectedness Index 2020 Report

Full Report
Report Cover

DHL Global Connectedness Index 2020 Country Book

Full Country Book
interactive tool

DHL GLOBAL CONNECTEDNESS INDEX

Explore the DHL Global Connectedness Index Results

New interactive tool on DHL website features customizable displays of global trends and country scores/ranks

Explore the Tool

Downloadable Datasets

2020 GCI Scores & Ranks (csv)

Download

2020 GCI Scores & Ranks (xlsx)

Download

DHL Global Connectedness Index

What is the Global Connectedness Index?

The DHL Global Connectedness Index tracks the depth and breadth of international trade, capital, information, and people flows. It draws upon 3+ million data points to examine globalization worldwide, by region, and across 169 countries.

DHL GLOBAL CONNECTEDNESS INDEX

Globalization Beyond 2020: Time for a Reset?

NYU Stern and DHL co-host a panel on the future of globalization, featuring Catherine Mann (Global Chief Economist, Citi), Ian Goldin (Professor, Oxford University), John Pearson (CEO, DHL Express), Steven A. Altman (Sr. Research Scholar, NYU Stern), and moderator Sarah Kelly