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The G20 Basic Set of Financial Inclusion data repository includes detailed data from users and providers of financial services. The Basic Set measures both access to financial services (“supply-side” data) and usage of services (“demand-side” data). The Basic Set covers both individuals and small and medium sized enterprises (SME’s) and includes data from three sources and 192 countries. The five basic set indicators are as follows: 1.The percentage of adults with a formal account; 2. The percentage of adults that use formal credit; 3. The percentage of SME’s with a formal account; 4. The percentage of SME’s that use formal credit; and 5. Bank branch penetration
The Trade Costs Dataset provides estimates of bilateral trade costs in agriculture and manufactured goods. It is built on trade and production data collected in over 200 countries. Symmetric bilateral trade costs are computed using the Inverse Gravity Framework (Novy 2009), which estimates trade costs for each country pair using bilateral trade and gross national output.
The “Sustainable Energy for all (SE4ALL)” initiative, launched in 2010 by the UN Secretary General, established three global objectives to be accomplished by 2030: to ensure universal access to modern energy services, to double the global rate of improvement in global energy efficiency, and to double the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix. SE4ALL database supports this initiative and provides country level historical data for access to electricity and non-solid fuel; share of renewable energy in total final energy consumption by technology; and energy intensity rate of improvement.
The Service Delivery Indicators program is an application of the principles of the 2004 World Development Report Making Services Work for Poor People. The Service Delivery Indicators project is a new Africa-wide initiative that tracks service delivery in education and health across countries and over time. The project collects nationally representative data that focus mainly on performance and quality of service delivery in primary schools and at frontline health facilities. This partnership between the World Bank, the African Development Bank and the African Economic Research Consortium brings together development economists and sector specialists. The objective is to reposition the dialogue on human development in Africa within the context of effectiveness of public spending and accountability for service delivery.
Adjusted Net Savings (ANS) is measured as gross national saving minus the depreciation of produced capital, depletion of subsoil assets and timber resources, the cost of pollution damages, plus a credit for education expenditures. This dataset includes ANS and its underlying components (including natural resource rents), as well as adjusted Net National Income (aNNI).
The Indonesia Database for Policy and Economic Research (INDO-DAPOER) contains over 200 province- and district-level indicators which span across four main categories: fiscal, economic, social and demographic, as well as infrastructure.
Subnational estimates of child malnutrition (prevalence for stunting, underweight, overweight, wasting and severe wasting indicators).
Poverty, shared prosperity, and equity indicators for LAC
This database underpins the analysis in the report “More Power to India: The Challenge of Electricity Distribution”. The database is a collection of primary and secondary data on the Indian power sector, collected at the utility and state levels. It covers 87 power utilities and 29 states and spreads over the years 2003 to 2011 across dimensions such as operational and financial performance, market structure, implementation of reforms and corporate and regulatory governance.
A selection of Indian sub-national (state) indicators on economic and social sectors relevant to the World Bank Group Country Partnership Strategy for India for the period 2013-2017. It is a compilation of data from official national sources that highlight the development challenges the World Bank Group in partnership with the Government of India, aims to address through its financing and knowledge program. See also http://openindia.worldbankgroup.org