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International

World development indicators

Contains statistics to measure progress and demonstrate the effectiveness of development programs in traditional domains of debt, demographics, and national accounts, but in new areas such as biodiversity, information, communications, technology, and measures of government and business performance. The database includes more than 800 indicators in over 80 tables organized in six sections: World View, People, Environment, Economy, States and Markets, and Global Links.

Penn world tables version 6.1

Constructed by Robert Summers and Alan Heston of the University of Pennsylvania, together with the late Irving Kravis, the Penn World Tables are the definitive source for real national accounts data. The national accounts for each country, initially in their own currencies, are adjusted using detailed price data to obtain real national accounts in a common currency (U.S. dollars) across countries. These data are invaluable for making comparisons of Gross Domestic Product across countries, and for all manner of research on development and growth.

Penn world tables version 5.6

Constructed by Robert Summers and Alan Heston of the University of Pennsylvania, together with the late Irving Kravis, the Penn World Tables are the definitive source for real national accounts data. The national accounts for each country, initially in their own currencies, are adjusted using detailed price data to obtain real national accounts in a common currency (U.S. dollars) across countries. These data are invaluable for making comparisons of Gross Domestic Product across countries, and for all manner of research on development and growth.

Penn world tables version 5.0

Constructed by Robert Summers and Alan Heston of the University of Pennsylvania, together with the late Irving Kravis, the Penn World Tables are the definitive source for real national accounts data. The national accounts for each country, initially in their own currencies, are adjusted using detailed price data to obtain real national accounts in a common currency (U.S. dollars) across countries. These data are invaluable for making comparisons of Gross Domestic Product across countries, and for all manner of research on development and growth.

Geographic Distribution of Financial Flows to Aid Recipients (DAC/GEO), 1960-1998.

This electronic publication originates from the OECD annual publication entitled Geographic Distribution of Financial Flows to Aid Recipients. The publication began in 1977, under the title Geographic Distribution of Financial Flows to Developing Countries. The data contained in this publication provides a comprehensive illustration of the volume, origin and types of aid and other resource flows dating from 1960 to 1998.