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Why Price Data Are Mostly Wrong
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World Economics, April 2020
Is US GDP 51% bigger than China’s? Or is China 2.4% bigger than the US? It’s all down to how you measure prices. Here’s why…
Capacity Ratings for National Statistics Offices
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World Economics, April 2020
Which country offices can produce good economic data?
GDP per Capita Data Quality Ratings
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World Economics, April 2020
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Global Population Data Quality Ratings
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World Economics, April 2020
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Forging New Value Chains for African Goods
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World Economics, October 2019
Can emerging industries preserve and protect added value within Africa?
Employment, Under-employment and Unemployment in Africa
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World Economics, October 2019
Africa’s fast-growing markets should be producing far more commercial opportunities for its businesses and yielding far more jobs for its people, but they are not. If there is genuine economic growth occurring in Africa’s major cities then current data and the view from the street are not reflecting it. Jobless growth haunts the cities of Africa.
The Strange Story of Cote d’Ivoire’s Disappearing Coins
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World Economics, August 2019
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Italy: How to Decimate a Country in Less Than 20 Years
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World Economics, July 2019
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Gender Matters in Poverty
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World Economics, July 2019
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World Price Index
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World Economics, November 2012
The World Price Index (WPI) is an attempt at producing a timely usable index for frequent international economic comparisons. It is intended for companies that transact across countries and currencies, for governments and for international non-governmental institutions. Published monthly, the WPI is a regular index of international relative urban consumer prices, one value for each country, calculated initially for 10 countries to reflect the amount of local currency needed to buy the same representative basket of items in each country as could be bought for exactly $1 in the USA.

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