2019
| International Property Rights Index

Georgia

Region

Central Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Global Rank

70/131

Regional Rank

13/25

GEORGIA

Region: Central Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Global Rank: 70 of 129

Region Rank: 13 of 25

 

Georgia’s IPRI score increased by 0.102 to 5.247 placing it 13th in the Central Eastern Europe and Central Asia region and 70th in the world. Georgia is classified by the IMF as part of the Commonwealth of Independent States group and by the World Bank as an Upper middle income country.

Georgia’s Legal and Political Subindex score increased by 0.010 to 5.285 with scores of 4.253 in Judicial Independence, 5.657 in Rule of Law, 6.489 in Control of Corruption, and 4.742 in Political Stability.

Georgia’s Physical Property Rights Subindex increased by 0.040 to 7.183 with scores of 6.249 in Perception of Property Rights Protection, 10 in Registering Property, and 5.302 in Ease of Access to Loans.

Georgia’s Intellectual Property Rights Subindex score increased by 0.257 to 3.272 with scores of 4.645 in Perception of Intellectual Property Protection, data unavailable in in Patent Protection, and 1.9 in Copyright Protection.

Georgia - IPRI Overall Score

Georgia - IPRI Overall Score

  • 1: IPRI
  • 2: Legal and Political Subindex
  • 3. Judicial Independence
  • 4. Rule of Law
  • 5. Control of Corruption
  • 6. Political Stability
  • 7. Physical Property Rights Subindex
  • 8. Property Rights Protection
  • 9. Registering Property
  • 10. Ease of Access to Loans
  • 11. Intellectual Property Rights Subindex
  • 12. Intellectual Property Rights
  • 13. Patent Protection
  • 14. Copyright Piracy

Georgia - IPRI Overall Score

Georgia - Legal and Political Environmental

Georgia - Physical Property Rights

Georgia - Intellectual Property Rights