Australia & Liberia
achievement & success with economic goals
Economic freedoms- the judicial system runs independently and impartially, property rights are secure, and there is very little corruption.
Economic security & predictability- trade and investments with other countries, such as China, can build trust and friendship and further protection in a time of economic disaster.
Economic equity- the gap between an equal amount of wealth is getting larger. Those on the top are receiving five times as much as those on the bottom.
Economic growth & innovation- committed to innovation and science. Supportive of high-quality research outcomes and entrepreneurial activity. The Australian Government created a National Innovation and Science Agenda, which encourages Australians to take on new ideas, embrace risk, and increase collaboration between industry and researchers.
Economic security & predictability- Following the Ebola crisis, the government increased subsidies for education and health care and received higher levels of subsidized food aid from international donors.
Economic equity- people in rural and poor communities have lower inequality than those who live in the capital city, which achieve most of the nation wide wage income.
Economic growth & innovation- UNICEF has helped to create a communication link that helps young people to share information about the things affecting them and their communities. They are then able to receive solutions through their mobile phones on a free text message based program.