The ICP is the world's largest global statistical initiative for estimating purchasing power parities (PPPs) to compare economic outputs, standards of living, and relative price levels across economies.
2021 ICP Regional Advisory Board
Members of National Implementing Agencies: Director General, National Institute of Statistics, Cambodia Director General, International Statistical Information Center, National Bureau of Statistics of China, People’s Republic of China Commissioner, Census and Statistics Department, Hong Kong, China Chief Statistician of India and Secretary, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, India Chief Statistician, Department of Statistics Malaysia Chief Statistician, Maldives Bureau of Statistics Director General, Trade Policy and Strategy Office, Thailand
Institutional Members: General Manager, Macroeconomic Statistics Division, Australian Bureau of Statistics Director, Statistics Division, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific Director, United Nations Statistical Institute for Asia and the Pacific Chief Economist, Asian Development Bank
Ex-officio Members: Director, Development Data Group, World Bank Advisor, Office of the Chief Economist and Director General and Head, Statistics and Data Innovation Unit, Asian Development Bank
Member Secretary: Regional Coordinator, International Comparison Program (ICP) Asia and the Pacific, Asian Development Bank
ADB ICP Team
The ICP is the world's largest global statistical initiative for estimating purchasing power parities (PPPs) to compare economic outputs, standards of living, and relative price levels across economies. View ICP governance
These present the ICP reports and related research presenting methodologies and results of purchasing power parities (PPPs) across various ICP cycles in Asia and the Pacific and related research such as studies on poverty-specific PPPs, integrating ICP with the Consumer Price Index as a framework for subnational PPPs, and alternative approaches for estimating PPPs for non-benchmark years in the region.