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The World Bank Data Blog

Source Title Author Date
The Data Blog Can modern technologies facilitate spatial and temporal price analysis? Marko Rissanen, Nada Hamadeh 17-Apr-2018
The Data Blog Interested in using purchasing power parity data? The International Comparison Program’s new site has you covered Nada Hamadeh, Mizuki Yamanaka 13-Apr-2017
The Data Blog 7 million prices and counting: what’s next for PPPs and the ICP? Haishan Fu 1-Dec-2016
The Data Blog Classifying countries by income: A new working paper Neil Fantom and Umar Serajuddin 12-Jan-2016
The Data Blog MDG 1: Uneven progress in reducing extreme poverty, hunger and malnutrition Juan Feng 7-May-2015
The Data Blog Can you visualize the structure of the world economy and population in one chart? Morgan Brannon, Marko Rissanen, Mizuki Yamanaka 25-Feb-2015
The Data Blog Full set of International Comparison Program 2011 results now available Nada Hamadeh, Morgan Brannon 15-Jul-2014
The Data Blog ICP 2011: 7 Million Prices, 199 Economies, 8 Regions, and 15 Partners Haishan Fu 30-Apr-2014
The Data Blog World Bank to publish Purchasing Power Parities in March 2014  Grant Cameron 17-Dec-2013
The Data Blog Can our parents collect reliable and timely price data? Nada Hamadeh, Marko Rissanen, Mizuki Yamanaka 23-Aug-2013
The Data Blog World Bank to publish Purchasing Power Parities in December 2013 Frederic A. Vogel, Nada Hamadeh 17-Jun-2013

 

Other Blogs and Releases

World Bank Blogs Global poverty today, the 1908 winter in St. Petersburg, and ‘controversy bias’ Francisco Ferreira 11-Dec-17
World Bank Blogs The 2017 global poverty update from the World Bank Francisco Ferreira, Christoph Lanker, Carolina Sanchez 16-Oct-17
World Bank Blogs A richer array of international poverty lines Francisco Ferreira, Carolina Sanchez 13-Oct-17
Walta info Symbiotic relations with giants Bereket Gebru 12-Oct-17
The Economist The middle-income spread The Data Team 11-Oct-17
 OECD Ecoscope Statistical Insights: Purchasing Power Parities – not only about Big Macs Pierre-Alain Pionnier, Francette Koechlin, Sophie Bournot 22-Aug-17
Forbes One Easy Way To Invest In The 'Asian Century' Frank Holmes 15-Jun-17
Times higher Education Richest European nations 'have most valuable HE-industry links' Simon Baker 15-May-17
The Hill Germany can save the euro by bringing back the Deutsche mark Joseph Micallef 13-May-17
World Bank Blogs Is living in African cities expensive? Shohei Nakamura 16-May-16
UNICEF Connect Latin America'€™s new way to measure government investment in early childhood   16-Mar-16
The World Bank Principles and Practice in Measuring Global Poverty   13-Jan-16
IMF Survey Magazine The Global Economy in 2016   4-Jan-16
World Bank Blogs Measuring poverty in a rapidly changing world Kaushik Basu 19-Sep-15
World Bank Press Release World Bank Chief Economist Sets up New Commission on Global Poverty Phil Hay 22-Jun-15
World Bank (PDF) Global Poverty Monitoring and the New PPPs: A Note from Kaushik Basu Kaushik Basu 17-Apr-15
World Economic Forum Visualising the world economy and population in one chart World Economic Forum 27-Feb-15
World Bank Blogs Parsing the challenges of measuring poverty and shared prosperity Peter Lanjouw 10-Oct-14
The Daily: Stat Can The World Bank International Comparison Program for purchasing power: Overall ranking of countries, 2011 Statistics Canada 9-May-14
World Bank Blogs Playing with and Understanding Purchasing Power Parities Kaushik Basu 8-May-14
World Bank Blogs Statistical Earthquakes Homi Kharas / Laurence Chandy 7-May-14
World Bank Transport for Development Blog Transport Energy Consumption Trends - Three Trajectories Holly Krambeck 3-May-10