Markets and Competition OECD-WBG PMR indicators for selected LAC countries (2013-2016)

Product Market Regulation (PMR) indicators assess the extent to which public policies promote or inhibit market forces in several areas of product markets. Each of the areas addressed within the PMR methodology sheds light on specific restrictions of the regulatory framework both economy-wide and in key sectors of the economy on twelve topics: electricity; gas; telecom; post; transport; water; retail distribution; professional services; other sectors; administrative requirements for business start-ups; treatment of foreign parties; and others, such as governance of public-controlled enterprises or antitrust exclusions and exemptions. The information included in this dataset was collected as part of a partnership between the Markets & Competition Policy Global team of the World Bank Group (WBG) and the Economics Division of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to produce PMR indicators for 10 LAC countries (Brazil, Costa Rica, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru and Uruguay), later supported by the Inter-American Development Bank to produce indicators for 5 additional countries in the region (Bolivia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Panama and Paraguay). For further details on the PMR methodology, see the Product Market Regulation Indicators Homepage of the OECD.

Type: 
Time Series
Topics: 
Education
Private Sector Development
Economy Coverage: 
Lower Middle Income
Upper Middle Income
Languages Supported: 
English
Geographical Coverage: 
Argentina
Bolivia
Costa Rica
Colombia
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras
Jamaica
Nicaragua
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Uruguay
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Product Market Regulation (PMR) indicators assess the extent to which public policies promote or inhibit market forces in several areas of product markets. Each of the areas addressed within the PMR methodology sheds light on specific restrictions of the regulatory framework both economy-wide and in key sectors of the economy on twelve topics: electricity; gas; telecom; post; transport; water; retail distribution; professional services; other sectors; administrative requirements for business start-ups; treatment of foreign parties; and others, such as governance of public-controlled enterprises or antitrust exclusions and exemptions. The information included in this dataset was collected as part of a partnership between the Markets & Competition Policy Global team of the World Bank Group (WBG) and the Economics Division of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to produce PMR indicators for 10 LAC countries (Brazil, Costa Rica, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru and Uruguay), later supported by the Inter-American Development Bank to produce indicators for 5 additional countries in the region (Bolivia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Panama and Paraguay). For further details on the PMR methodology, see the Product Market Regulation Indicators Homepage of the OECD.

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2018-06-11
Release Date
December 31,1969
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OECD-WBG Product Market Regulation (PMR) indicators for selected LAC countries (2013-2016)
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