Results from the International Comparison Program (ICP) 2017 cycle include data for the reference year 2017, revised data for the reference year 2011, and annual purchasing power parities (PPPs) for 2012 to 2016.
- Search for and download 2011 to 2017 data from the World Bank’s DataBank
- Browse detailed tables of results for 2011 and 2017 from the World Bank’s DataBank
- Download annual PPPs for 2011 to 2017 from the World Bank’s DataBank
- Explore data visualizations here
Results for 2017 are available for 176 participating economies and their aggregate regions. They cover 44 expenditure headings and provide several indicators for each heading, including PPPs, national accounts expenditures in PPP and nominal terms, and price level indices. Imputed results are available for an additional 12 economies that did not participate in the ICP 2017 cycle.
Revised 2011 results 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.
Annual PPPs are available for 2011 to 2017 and cover 6 major expenditure headings.
Results for the 2017 cycle were published in May 2020, together with the following releases:
- ICP 2017 Report: Purchasing Power Parities and the Size of World Economies: Results from the 2017 International Comparison Program
- Highlights of main findings: Global and regional highlights (PDF)
- Blog: New results from the International Comparison Program shed light on the size of the global economy
- Factsheets: Factsheets on the ICP program and its methodology (PDF)
- Press release : English (PDF) | Arabic (PDF) | Chinese (PDF) | French (PDF) | Japanese (PDF) | Portuguese (PDF) | Russian (PDF) | Spanish (PDF)
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