Finally, this section highlights a number of issues that, based on the preceding analysis, would be worthwhile to study in more detail. In particular:
It is striking that African countries constitute such a large percentage of the FSI top 10. Although generalizations are dangerous in relation to a concept that is known to be very context-specific, it begs the question as to why this is the case. Such research could include:
More analysis of Africa’s connectivity with the global economy in terms of trade, investment and infrastructure. This is particularly interesting given the importance of the indicator reflecting economic decline...