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Australia’s strong prosperity, based largely on top Health (8th), Business Environment (7th), and Education (4th) performances, is on the wane.
With Australia’s economy heavily dependent on exports, the fact that the Index has recorded increasing trade barriers is a concern.
So too are other economic developments, like falling economic diversity and a less flexible labour market, problematic for future prosperity growth.
The curve shows the general tendency with which prosperity increases as GDP per capita increases.
If a country falls below the curve, then we can say that compared to all other countries, it is under-delivering prosperity for its citizens.
However, those peer countries who have legalised same-sex marriage have leap-frogged Australia in this sub-index, causing it to fall from a high of 6th in 20 to 12th in 2016.