The latest edition of the International Digital Economy and Society Index (I-DESI) has been published by the European Commission, showing countries’ performance in a number of areas, including digital skills. The report ranks EU and non-EU countries. South Korea tops the index overall, followed by the top-four performing EU Member States.
In measuring digital skills, the Index ranks Australia highest, followed by Iceland, New Zealand and South Korea. According to the data, the EU performed better than the USA, but there remain variations between Member States, particularly in internet use. I-DESI is a counterpart to the EU’s DESI ranking, which focusses on European countries.
More information can be found on the website of the European Commission.