Data & Resources
|AGE (African Growing Enterprises) File|
|Here you will find a list of quickly-growing corporations in Africa, compiled through the full-scale efforts of JETRO, that will help you learn more about leading-edge African businesses.|
|International Input/Output Tables (CD-ROM) －Compiled by "Microeconomic Analysis Group" －|
Input/Output (I/O) Tables are available in both print and CD-ROM format. Corresponding print editions, if available, will accompany CD-ROM orders. (Note: CD-ROM editions of Input/Output Tables are particularly useful when analyzing data chronologically.)
Trade indices – Tables of Indices for Trade Unit Value, Trade Value, Trade Quantity and Terms of Trade
－Compiled by the Research Project "Compilation and Application of Trade Indices I －
|Firm-level Data of the Bangladeshi Knitwear Industry (2001)
－Compiled by Zaid Bakht, Md. Salimullah, Tatsufumi Yamagata and Mohammad Yunus－
|These tables are parts of trade indices estimated by IDE, which consist of
indices for trade unit value, trade value, trade quantity and terms of trade for 38 countries/ regions.
The indices of these tables are formulated by chain-linked index formula using data of UN Comtrade database.
|The IDE conducted the firm-level survey in cooperation with the Bangladesh
Knitwear Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BKMEA) and the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS) in 2001. For more information, see Zaid Bakht, Md. Salimullah, Tatsufumi Yamagata, and Mohammad Yunus,
“Competitiveness of the Knitwear Industry in Bangladesh: A Study of Industrial Development amid Global Competition,” IDE Discussion Paper No. 169, October 2008.
|Firm-level Data of the Cambodian Garment Industry (2003)
－Compiled by Tatsufumi Yamagata－
|Patent Application Data on Medicines for HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria and
－Compiled by Banri Ito and Tatsufumi Yamagata－
The IDE conducted the firm-level survey in cooperation with the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) and a research oriented NGO, LIDEE Khmer in 2003. For more information, see Tatsufumi Yamagata,
"The Garment Industry in Cambodia: Its Role in Poverty Reduction through Export-Oriented Development," IDE Discussion Paper No. 62, 2006. The paper was published as T. Yamagata
"The Garment Industry in Cambodia: Its Role in Poverty Reduction through Export-Oriented Development, "Cambodian Economic Review, Issue 2, December 2006, pp. 81-136.
This is a data set collecting the numbers of patent applications on medicines for HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and Neglected Diseases filed by major pharmaceutical firms to the Japan Patent Office, and
characteristics of the firms. For more information, see Banri Ito and Tatsufumi Yamagata,
“Who Develops Innovations in Medicine for the Poor? Trends in Patent Applications Related to Medicines for HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria and Neglected
Diseases,” IDE Discussion Paper No. 24, 2005. A revised version of the above paper was published as Banri Ito and Tatsufumi Yamagata, "Who Develops Innovations in Medicine for the Poor? Trends in Patent Applications Related
to Medicines for HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria and Neglected Diseases", Developing Economies, Vol. 45, No. 2, June 2007, pp. 141-171.
Data of the Livelihood of Persons with Disabilities in Metro Manila, the Philippines (2008)
－Compiled by Jose Ramon Albert, Soya Mori, Celia Reyes, Aubrey Tabuga, and Tatsufumi Yamagata－
|The IDE conducted the survey of the livelihood of persons with disabilities (PWDs) in four cities (Makati, Pasay, Quezon City and Valenzuela) of Metro Manila in cooperation with the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) as well as Disabled People's Organizations in 2008. For more information, see Jose Ramon Albert, Soya Mori, Celia Reyes, Aubrey Tabuga, and Tatsufumi
Yamagata,“Income Disparity among
Persons with Disabilities Assessed by Education and Sex: Findings from a Field
Survey Conducted in Metro Manila, the Philippines,” IDE Discussion Paper No. 259, October 2010.