Collections

Collections are groups of data originating from the World Bank and other international, regional and national organizations.

11 Collection(s) found

World Bank (WBG) - European Space Agency (ESA) Database

Catalogue lists all the data produced under the partnership contracts between the World Bank Group and the European Space Agency

BOOST - Public Expenditure Database

The BOOST initiative is a Bank-wide collaborative effort launched in 2010 to facilitate access to budget data and promote effective use for improved decision-making processes, transparency and accountability.

ENERGY DATA.INFO

Open data and analytics for a sustainable energy future.

Merchandise Trade Data

Collection of merchandise trade data available to World Bank staff.

Policy Research Working Papers

This collection includes datasets associated with research organized under the Bank's Policy Research Working Papers.

Earth Observation for Sustainable Development

A collection of datasets produced through partnership between the World Bank and the European Space Agency (ESA) Earth Observation for Sustainable Development (EO4SD) initiative.

World Bank Water Data

From Data to a Water-Secure World for All.
World Bank Water Data surrounding the three pillars of Sustain Water Resources, Deliver Services and Build Resilience.

World Bank Transport Data

A collection of datasets to help achieve sustainable mobility for all.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Related Datasets

This collection contains datasets that may be useful for analysis, response or modelling for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

World Bank Digital Development Data

A collection of datasets to help achieve universal access to reliable and fast internet services for all.

LinkedIn Data for Development

The LinkedIn-World Bank partnership offers data to help governments and researchers understand rapidly evolving labor markets with detailed and dynamic data. It allows leaders to benchmark and compare labor markets across the world; analyze skills, occupations, migration, and industries; and leverage real-time data to make policy changes.
Visualizations for many of these data are available at linkedindata.worldbank.org.