International Comparison Program 2011

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Original results from the International Comparison Program (ICP) 2011 cycle are available for 179 participating economies and cover 44 expenditure headings and several indicators, including PPPs, national accounts expenditures in PPP and nominal terms, and price level indices. Additionally, partial results are available for 20 Pacific islands, while imputed results are available for 15 economies that did not participate in the ICP 2011 cycle.

Note that the 2011 results were revised during the ICP 2017 cycle using updated expenditures, regional PPPs, population, and market exchange rate data and users should access these data through the ICP 2017 cycle data.

Type: 
Time Series
Acronym: 
ICP
Languages Supported: 
English
External Contact Email: 
Topics: 
Economic Growth
Macroeconomic and Structural Policies
Poverty
WB Project ID: 
P040288
Granularity: 
Geographical Coverage: 
World
East Asia & Pacific
Europe & Central Asia
Latin America & Caribbean
Middle East & North Africa
North America
South Asia
Sub-Saharan Africa
Economy Coverage: 
High Income
IBRD
IDA
Low Income
Lower Middle Income
Upper Middle Income
Number of Economies: 
199
Periodicity: 
Annual
Temporal Coverage: 
2011
Release Date: 
April 29, 2014

Last Updated

Last Updated: 
May 19, 2020

Update Frequency

Update Frequency: 
No further updates planned

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Harvest System ID: 
Indicators API

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Harvest Source ID: 
62
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International Comparison Program, The World Bank

Data Notes: 
Data for Taiwan, China are available.
Time Periods: 
January, 2018

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International Comparison Program, The World Bank

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Original results from the International Comparison Program (ICP) 2011 cycle are available for 179 participating economies and cover 44 expenditure headings and several indicators, including PPPs, national accounts expenditures in PPP and nominal terms, and price level indices. Additionally, partial results are available for 20 Pacific islands, while imputed results are available for 15 economies that did not participate in the ICP 2011 cycle.

Note that the 2011 results were revised during the ICP 2017 cycle using updated expenditures, regional PPPs, population, and market exchange rate data and users should access these data through the ICP 2017 cycle data.

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2020-08-24
Release Date
Periodicity
Annual
Identifier
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Temporal Coverage

2011

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Acronym: 
ICP
Type: 
Languages Supported: 
Time Periods: 
January, 2018
Number of Economies: 
199
Update Frequency: 
Is this dataset a subscription: 
No
Update Schedule: 
Every three years
Data Classification of a Dataset: 
WB Project ID: 
P040288
Source Type: 
Start Date: 
Saturday, January 1, 2011
End Date: 
Saturday, December 31, 2011
DEC
Release Date: 
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Last Updated Date: 
Tuesday, May 19, 2020
citation text: 
Integrated Assessment Model of Climate Change: DICE/RICE model
External Contact Email: 
Granularity: 
Harvest Source: 
Harvest System ID: 
62
Data Notes: 
Data for Taiwan, China are available.
Citation Text: 
International Comparison Program, The World Bank
Modified date: 
18400
Primary Dataset: 
Yes
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International Comparison Program, The World Bank

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International Comparison Program, The World Bank

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