Replication data for: Trying to Understand the PPPs in ICP 2011: Why Are the Results So Different?

Angus Deaton & Bettina Aten
Purchasing power parity exchange rates, or PPPs, are price indexes that summarize prices in each country relative to a numeraire country, typically the United States. These numbers are used to compare living standards across countries, by academics in studies of economic growth, particularly through the Penn World Table, by the World Bank to construct measures of global poverty, by the European Union to redistribute resources, and by the international development community to draw attention to...
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