- Key Facts
- Board of Governors
- Board of Directors
- Departments and Offices
- Policies and Strategies
- Annual Meetings
- Independent Evaluation
- Public Sector (Sovereign) Financing
- Private Sector (Nonsovereign) Financing
- Funds and Resources
- Asian Development Fund
- ASEAN Infrastructure Fund
- Investor Information[日本語]
- Business Opportunities
- Consulting Services
- ADB-Japan Scholarship Program
- News & Events
- Data & Research
- Industry and Trade
- Information and Communication Technology
- Public Sector Management
- Social Protection
- Capacity Development
- Climate Change
- Environmental Sustainability
- Gender and Development
- Poverty Reduction
- Private Sector Development
- Regional Cooperation and Integration
- Social Development
- Urban Development
- Brunei Darussalam-Indonesia-Malaysia-Philippines East ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA)
- Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC)
- Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS)
- Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT)
- South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation (SASEC)
- European Representative Office
- Japanese Representative Office [日本語]
- North American Representative Office
- Pacific Liaison and Coordination Office
- Pacific Subregional Office
Countries with Operations
- China, People's Republic of [中文]
- Cook Islands
- Indonesia [Bahasa Indonesia]
- Kyrgyz Republic
- Lao PDR
- Marshall Islands
- Micronesia, Federated States of
- Papua New Guinea
International Comparison Program 2005: Outputs and Data
Final outputs and data produced from the 2005 ICP include:
The outputs of the 2005 Round of International Comparison Program (ICP) for Asia and the Pacific include:
- Integration of Consumer Price Indices and the International Comparison Program for the Asia and Pacific Region: How can They be Achieved?
- Final Report of the 2005 ICP for Asia and the Pacific: Purchasing Power Parities (PPP) and Real Expenditures released on 10 December 2007. Highlights | Main Report
2005 ICP for Asia and the Pacific: Research Study on Poverty-Specific PPP for Selected Countries in Asia and the Pacific on April 2008.
Highlights | Main Report
Preliminary Report of the 2005 ICP for Asia and the Pacific released on 31 July 2007.
Highlights | Main Report
- Regional workshops, training and meetings.
- Improved capacity for the collection and use of price and expenditure data within participating countries.
- Advisory services to national statistical offices.
- ICP price collection surveys in the 23 participating economies.
- Product Catalogue for Household Consumption Items; and Machinery and Equipment.
- Comparable and representative list of items for Household Consumption Items, Equipment and Construction across the economies were identified using the Structured Product Description Approach.
2005 ICP for Asia and the Pacific: Research Study on Poverty-Specific Purchasing Power Parities for Selected Countries in Asia and the Pacific
Table 26 is part of the Full Report of the Research Study and reflects the comparative Poverty PPPs derived from the 2005 ICP Asia Pacific; the Poverty Advisory Group methodology; and the use of prices collected from the poverty-specific price survey (conducted in 16 countries that participated)
2005 ICP for Asia and the Pacific: PPP and Real Expenditures, Tables
These tables are in Part V of the Final Report and include all the broad aggregates within GDP: actual final consumption expenditure; collective consumption expenditure by government; gross fixed capital formation; changes in inventories and net acquisitions of valuables; and balance of exports and imports. Important components of these aggregates, particularly for household consumption, are also reflected in these tables. Since the results were derived using the Eltetö-Köves-Szulc (EKS) method, real expenditures are not additive within a particular economy.
2005 ICP Global Results: Summary table of results
The tables are part of the 2005 International Comparison Program - Preliminary Results published by the ICP Global Office on 17 December 2007. The report provides information on gross domestic product (GDP), GDP per capita, household consumption, collective government consumption, and capital formation for all 146 economies. These estimates are derived from PPPs based upon national surveys that priced nearly 1,000 products and services. Comparative price levels are also included. It is available from the World Bank ICP website.