Norway is still the richest and best country to live in, according to a ranking carried out by the British Legnum Institute, reported by the Danish newspaper Kristeligt Dagblad.
The Institute has ranked 142 nations, and has evaluated not only the economy, but also social qualities in society.
In addition to economy, it has also considered level of education, social competence, form of government, security, personal freedom, access to health services and social welfare.
Denmark is ranked second on the list, while Sweden is ranked third.
The Legnum Institute is politically independent, and was established by an investment fund 25 years ago.