The Priorities for Productivity and Income (PPIs) website offers results of the PPIs study carried out by IDB’s Research Department, which identifies priorities for Latin American countries across eight productivity-determinant sectors that maximize the likelihood of reaching higher income-per-capita groups, depending on their actual income-per-capita level. Learn more about the methodology

SEARCH BY COUNTRY

Find out where your country stands.View more

COUNTRY PRIORITIES

Find out your country priorities and the cluster it belongs to. View more

CLUSTER COMPARISON

This tool lets you compare sectoral indicators against own-group averages and next-group averages View more

PROBABILITY OF JUMPING

This tool lets you estimate the probability of jumping to the next income-per-capita cluster when priorities are increased to new desired levels, based on results of the PPI econometric model. View more

INDIVIDUAL INDICATOR COMPARISON

This tool lets you compare individual indicators in each of the 8 sectors analyzed (capital markets, education, health, infrastructure, innovation, integration and trade, labor markets, telecommunications) across countries and time. View more

DOWNLOAD FULL DATABASE

Download the PPIs database with indicators used in the estimation of the model covering the period 2000-2012 (in their original version and their normalized version), as well as a richer set of more than 80 indicators across different sectors affecting productivity. Most of the historical data are available at an annual frequency for the period 2000-2012, covering 26 LAC and 32 OECD countries. Download Database

The Priorities for Productivity and Income (PPIs) website offers results of the PPIs study carried out by IDB’s Research Department, which identifies priorities for Latin American countries across eight productivity-determinant sectors that maximize the likelihood of reaching higher income-per-capita groups, depending on their actual income-per-capita level. Learn more about the methodology

 
 

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