ICP 2011 Global Report:
The report includes the full set of detailed results and presents an in-depth analysis of volume and per capita measures with detailed information on methodology. It provides several indicators including purchasing power parities (PPPs), real expenditures, and price level indices for gross domestic product (GDP) and its main aggregates for 177 participating economies, and partial results for an additional 22 economies.
ICP 2011 Summary Report:
ICP 2005 Global Report:
The final global ICP 2005 report provides information on GDP, GDP per capita, household consumption, collective government consumption, and capital formation for all 146 economies. These estimates are derived from PPPs based on national surveys that priced nearly 1,000 products and services. Comparative price levels are also included.
ICP 2005 Preliminary Report:
ICP 1993 and prior
ICP 1993 Global Report:
The report presents, in a uniform format, data on GDP expenditure details in national and international currency terms, and purchasing power of currency rates generated for 87 countries surveyed over 1970-1990. The report includes data tables: 1975, 1980, 1985, and 1990 with the estiamtion of expenditure details in national currencies for 55 countries for which ICP survey data were not available.
Reports from prior exercises:
World: Comparisons of Real GDP and Purchasing Power, 1985 (available on the UNSD website)
This publication makes available internationally comparable estimates of real GDP and its expenditure components of phase V of the ICP with the reference year 1985.
World Product and Income: International Comparisons of Real Gross Product, 1982 by Irving Kravis, Alan Heston, and Robert Summers)
The volume reports on the third phase of the ICP under the auspices of the United Nations. The main results provide comparisons of real GDP per capita for thirty-four countries in 1975. Quantity and price comparisons are given also for personal consumption, capital formation, and public consumption and further subdivisions of final expenditures on GDP are estimated.