How is our country doing?

Research and development and entrepreneurship
What conditions promote entrepreneurship and contribute to higher living standards?
Estonia wants to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation and be home to committed people and ambitious businesses. It can help companies to be internationally competitive, effectively produce valuable products, export and provide innovative services by creating conditions for higher productivity and living standards, good education and culture, Estonia’s continued existence and development.
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Real GDP growth
2021: 8.3%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Resource productivity
2020: 0.63 euros per kilogram
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Labour productivity compared to the EU average
2021: 84.6%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Labour force participation rate
2021: 71.1%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Research and development expenditure
2020: 1.8%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Private sector researchers and engineers
2020: 1.65 persons employed per 1000 population
"Estonia 2035"
Private sector research and development expenditure
2020: 1.01 % of GDP
"Estonia 2035"
Labour productivity compared to the EU average
2021: 84.7%
"Estonia 2035"
GDP per capita outside of Harju county, compared to the EU average
2020: 53.4%
"Estonia 2035"
Resource productivity
2020: 0.63 euros per kilogram
"Estonia 2035"
Private sector researchers and engineers
2020: 1.65 persons employed per 1000 population
"Estonia 2035"
World Competitiveness Index
2021: 26 place
Action Plan of the Government of the Republic
GDP per capita outside of Harju county, compared to the EU average
2020: 53.4%
Action Plan of the Government of the Republic
World Competitiveness Index
2021: 26 place
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Eco-innovation index as a share of the EU average
2021: 80.2%

How is our country doing?

Research and development and entrepreneurship
What conditions promote entrepreneurship and contribute to higher living standards?
Estonia wants to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation and be home to committed people and ambitious businesses. It can help companies to be internationally competitive, effectively produce valuable products, export and provide innovative services by creating conditions for higher productivity and living standards, good education and culture, Estonia’s continued existence and development.
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Real GDP growth
2021: 8.3%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Resource productivity
2020: 0.63 euros per kilogram
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Labour productivity compared to the EU average
2021: 84.6%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Labour force participation rate
2021: 71.1%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Research and development expenditure
2020: 1.8%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Private sector researchers and engineers
2020: 1.65 persons employed per 1000 population
"Estonia 2035"
Private sector research and development expenditure
2020: 1.01 % of GDP
"Estonia 2035"
Labour productivity compared to the EU average
2021: 84.7%
"Estonia 2035"
GDP per capita outside of Harju county, compared to the EU average
2020: 53.4%
"Estonia 2035"
Resource productivity
2020: 0.63 euros per kilogram
"Estonia 2035"
Private sector researchers and engineers
2020: 1.65 persons employed per 1000 population
"Estonia 2035"
World Competitiveness Index
2021: 26 place
Action Plan of the Government of the Republic
GDP per capita outside of Harju county, compared to the EU average
2020: 53.4%
Action Plan of the Government of the Republic
World Competitiveness Index
2021: 26 place
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Eco-innovation index as a share of the EU average
2021: 80.2%