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A summary snapshot of well-being in Danish cities
The city-region of Aarhus ranks first among the Danish city-regions in e...
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Well-being in Danish cities: The Performance of Danish cities by well-being factors

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Snapshot of well-being in Danish cities from the publication "Well-being in Danish Cities". For more information see http://www.oecd.org/gov/well-being-in-danish-cities-9789264265240-en.htm

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Well-being in Danish cities: The Performance of Danish cities by well-being factors

  1. 1. A summary snapshot of well-being in Danish cities The city-region of Aarhus ranks first among the Danish city-regions in education, civic engagement and health, and never last in any well-being dimension. The city-region of Copenhagen ranks last among the Danish city-regions in housing, environment and health, but first in income and community. Figure A.6. Performance of Danish cities by well-being dimension Note: The score by dimension is computed by normalising the chosen indicator illustrating the well-being dimension. The country’s value in each dimension is set to 100. Source: See Table 2.A1.1: Summary of data sources and scales. The high-performing Danish cities fare better than the OECD average in all eight well-being dimensions. The low-performing Danish cities also fare better than the OECD average in four well-being dimensions, with the exception of health, education, housing and income. Table A.6. How do the top and bottom cities in Denmark fare on the well-being indicators? Aalborg Copenhagen Esbjerg Esbjerg Aarhus Aalborg Aarhus Aarhus Copenhagen Copenhagen Odense Aalborg Aalborg Esbjerg Copenhagen Esbjerg Copenhagen Odense 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 Score by dimension Maximum Minimum National value

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