Bangladesh Development
Research Center (BDRC)
“Bangladesh’s high corruption perception index (CPI) does not indicate
that the entire population of Bangladesh is corrupt, rather it indicates the
political and administrative corruption that exists in the country. The
general people of Bangladesh are only the victims of corruption.”
Muzaffar Ahmed, Chairman, Board of Trustees,   
Transparency International Bangladesh
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Bangladesh's Ranking and Relative Progress
(Last updated: January 27, 2016)

The BDRC provides information within 4 categories:
Corruption Perceptions Index (Bangladesh is ranked since 2001)
provided by Transparency International  

Doing Business Index (Bangladesh is assessed since 2004, ranked since 2006)
provided by World Bank Group

Economic Freedom Index (Bangladesh is ranked at least since 2000)
provided by Heritage Foundation & Wall Street Journal

Environmental Performance Index (exists for 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2014)
provided by Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy (YCELP) and the Center for International
Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN) of Columbia University, in collaboration with the World
Economic Forum and the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission

Global Climate Risk Index (CRI) (Bangladesh is ranked since 2006)
provided by Germanwatch

Global Competitiveness Index (Ranking started in 2001)
provided by World Economic Forum

Global Hunger Index (Ranking for 2003, and since 2008 every year)
provided by International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Global Peace Index (Ranking started in 2007)
provided by Vision of Humanity

Human Development Index (Bangladesh is ranked at least since 2000)
provided by United Nations Development Program (UNDP)

Gross National Income (GNI) per capita (Bangladesh is ranked at least since 2000)
provided by United Nations Development Program (UNDP)  

Logistics Performance Index (Bangladesh ranked since 2007, except 2012)
provided (every two years) by World Bank

Open Budget Index (Bangladesh has been ranked since 2006)
provided (every two years) by International Budget Partnership

Worldwide Press Freedom Index (Ranking started in 2002)
provided by Reporters sans frontieres
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1) Bangladesh's Ranking and Progress (relative to progress of other countries)
with regards to the following 13 indices/indicators:
(please click:
Bangladesh's Ranking and Progress, pdf )  
4) Additional information and links:

3) For Bangladesh's record with regards to six governance indicators from
provided by the World Bank's Worldwide Governance Indicators
(WGI) research project (i.e.: Voice and Accountability; Political Stability &  
Absence of Violence/Terrorism; Government Effectiveness; Regulatory
Quality; Rule of Law; and Control of Corruption)

please click: Worldwide Governance Indicators 1996-2014, pdf
  1. Bangladesh's Ranking and Progress with regards to 13 indices/indicators
  2. Bangladesh's CPIA Scores and Progress
  3. Bangladesh's record with regards to six governance indicators from 1996-2008
  4. Additional information and links
2) Bangladesh's Scores and Progress in the World Bank's Country Policy
and Institutional Assessment (CPIA)
 CPIA Scores of Bangladesh and the Average IDA Country

    Note: Though World Bank has assessed countries eligible for concessional loans from the
    International Development Association (IDA) for some decades, CPIA ratings are publicly
    available only since 2005. The BDRC has compiled Bangladesh' progress in its CPIA ratings
    since 2005 and compared it to the ratings of the average IDA country for each of the 16 indicators
    of the CPIA.