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How Accurate Are Population Data?
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World Economics, November 2019
The accuracy of population data counted by censuses varies enormously across the world
United States Growth Tracker
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World Economics, October 2019
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India Growth Tracker
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World Economics, October 2019
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Eurozone Growth Tracker
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World Economics, October 2019
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China Growth Tracker
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World Economics, October 2019
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How to Increase your Country’s GDP
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World Economics, October 2019
Easily, Cheaply and Legitimately
How GDP Data Quality Ratings Are Produced
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World Economics, October 2019
World Economics has developed the Global GDP Data Quality Ratings to review the utility of official GDP data of individual countries.
The Strange Story of Cote d’Ivoire’s Disappearing Coins
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World Economics, August 2019
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Poverty, Trade Policy and Migration
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World Economics, July 2019
The Promise of a Better World
Italy: How to Decimate a Country in Less Than 20 Years
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Michel Santi, World Economics, July 2019
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Gender Matters in Poverty
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World Economics, July 2019
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Lords of Poverty
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World Economics, July 2019
Neither Oxfam or the USA appears keen to see Rwanda start up a garment business
World Economics Data Quality Rating (DQR)
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World Economics, July 2019
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How to survive a compliment in China
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Andrew Methven, World Economics, June 2019
Subtle nuances of language and behaviour are an important part of dealing with China, but often totally missed. Receiving or giving a compliment is one example of a cultural minefield for the uninitiated (or even quite experienced) foreigner there.
Ratings of GDP Accuracy in the Middle East
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World Economics, June 2019
The quality of economic data in the Middle East is very variable. Israel, Turkey and Saudi Arabia publish fair quality data, ranking high by international standards. There are significant quality issues with data produced in Kuwait, Iran and Yemen. And at the extreme end of the scale, data produced in Jordan and Syria is likely to be of little value in describing prevailing economic conditions.
Global GDP Data Ratings
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World Economics, June 2019
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Ratings of GDP Accuracy in Africa
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World Economics, June 2019
The quality of economic data in Africa is very variable. Rwanda and South Africa publish consistently good quality data, ranking high by international standards. There are significant quality issues with data produced in Nigeria, Ghana and Tanzania. And at the extreme end of the scale, data produced in the Republic of Congo and Madagascar is likely to be of little value in describing prevailing economic conditions.
What GDP Methodology Has To Do With Economic Convergence
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Jacob Assa & Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven, World Economics, May 2019
Have developing countries converged on advanced countries?
Commonwealth Growth Tracker
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World Economics, May 2019
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Global Growth Tracker
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World Economics, May 2019
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