The Migrant Rights Database
The database applies a novel instrument that permits an objective, cross-national accounting of the laws protecting migrant rights enshrined in national legal frameworks. Across 65 indicators, the database captures 17 categories of migrant rights protections, including rights to life, liberty, due process, non-refoulement, nationality, labor ...
A Cross-Country Database of Fiscal Space
and Praveen Penmetsa for developing the database web interface. Xinghao Gong provided excellent research assis-tance. The –ndings, interpretations and conclusions expressed in this paper are entirely those of the authors and should not be attributed to the World Bank, its Executive Directors, or the countries they represent. The database
Global Antidumping Database Version 1.0 - World Bank
This paper describes a newly collected, detailed database on national governments' use of the antidumping trade policy instrument. The data collection project was funded by the Development Research Group of the World Bank and Brandeis University. While still preliminary, it goes beyond existing, publicly-used sets of antidumping data in a ...
One-Stop Source : A Global Database of Inflation - World Bank
Abstract This paper introduces a global database that contains inflation series: (i) for a wide range of inflation measures (headline, food, energy, and core consumer price inflation; producer price inflation; and gross domestic product deflator changes); (ii) at multiple frequencies (monthly, quarterly and annual) for an extended period (1970–2021); and (iii) for a large number (up to 196 ...
Global Antidumping Database Version 1 - World Bank
Global Antidumping Database Version 1.0 Chad P. Bown†,‡ Brandeis University Abstract This paper describes a newly collected, detailed database on national governments’ use of the antidumping trade policy instrument. The data collection project was funded by the Development Research Group of the World Bank and Brandeis University. While still
April 2022 Update to the Database of Shared
extreme poverty. The Global Database of Shared Prosperity (GDSP) is the database that is used to monitor the progress of this indicator. This technical note describes the GDSP, documents the available data in this edition, and highlights the main differences with the 8th edition. All authors are with the World Bank Group.
Evidence from IOM’s Victims of Human Trafficking Database - World Bank
Trafficking Database Every year, millions of people worldwide are trafficked, which has a profound impact on development and vul-nerable populations. There are no global estimates of the prevalence of human trafficking. However, the Interna-tional Labour Organization (ILO), the International Orga-nization for Migration (IOM), and the Walk Free ...
The Changing Wealth of Nations 2021 : Managing Assets for the Future
This report—and the accompanying global database—firmly establishes comprehensive wealth as a measure of sustainability and a key component of country analytics. It expands the coverage of wealth accounts and improves our understanding of the quality of all assets, notably, natural capital. Wealth—the stock of produced, natural, and human ...
Economic Shocks and Human Trafﬁcking Risks - World Bank
Through its support to victims of trafficking, IOM has developed the largest database of human trafficking cases in the world. In line with the growing recognition that trafficking is a domestic problem as well as a transnational crime (Cortés-McPherson 2020), roughly 20 percent of traffick-
Women, Business and the Law 2020 - World Bank
FINDINGS 1 •er performance in the areas measured by the Bett Women, Business and the Law index is associated with more women in the labor force and with higher income and improved development outcomes. • Since 2017, 40 economies have enacted 62 reforms enhancing gender equality. • The economies that improved the most are Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Nepal, South Sudan, São ...