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Japan Industrial Productivity (JIP) Database

K. Fukao, T. Miyagawa, J. Tokui, T. Inui, T. Matsuura, H. Kwon, K. Ito, et al.

Constructed and regularly updated by the data archive/supervisory group of the Hitotsubashi University's Global COE Hi-Stat Program in collaboration with the research project “Study on Industry-Level and Firm-Level Productivity in Japan” of the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI), the Japan Industrial Productivity (JIP) 2012 Database contains annual data on 108 sectors from 1970-2009 that can be used for total factor productivity (TFP) analyses. These sectors cover the whole Japanese economy. The database includes detailed sectoral data such as capital service input indices, labor service input indices, and real capital stocks; the nominal cost of capital by type of capital and by industry, annual nominal and real input-output tables; and several supplementary tables such as statistics on trade, inward and outward FDI, and Japan's industrial structure. All real values are based on 2000 prices.

JIP 2013 (December 2013) [Link to RIETI web page]

JIP 2012 (December 2012) [Link to RIETI web page]

JIP 2011 (November 2011) [Link to RIETI web page]

JIP 2010 (December 2010) [Link to RIETI web page]

JIP 2009 (June 2009) [Link to RIETI web page]

JIP 2006 (February 2007) [Link to RIETI web page]

Previous version (ESRI/Hi-Stat JIP Database)

Asia KLEMS [Link to Asia KLEMS web page]
Asia KLEMS is an Asian regional research consortium to promote building database and conduct international productivity comparison among Asian countries based on KLEMS methodology adopted by EU KLEMS project. The Global COE Hi-Stat Program contributed to the establishment of the Asia KLEMS.

EU KLEMS Database
The Global COE Hi-Stat Program contributed to the construction of the EU KLEMS Database, which covers Japan, the United States, and EU countries up to 2007, by providing the JIP 2009 Database re-calculated for EU KLEMS. This work is also in collaboration with RIETI's research project “Study on Industry-Level and Firm-Level Productivity in Japan”.

EU KLEMS November 2009

EU KLEMS March 2008

EU KLEMS March 2007

The KLEMS framework provides data on sources of economic growth, including growth of the five inputs and productivity at the industry level. The EU KLEMS study presents the sources of economic growth for as many as 72 industries covering the period 1970 to the present for 25 of the 27 EU member states as well as Australia, Canada, Japan, Korea, and the U.S. World KLEMS seeks to extend the KLEMS framework to important developing and transition economies including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia, Turkey, and Taiwan.

World Input-Output Database
This database has been developed to analyze the effects of globalization on trade patterns, environmental pressures and socio-economic development across a wide set of countries. The database covers 27 EU countries and 13 other major countries in the world for the period from 1995 to 2009. Broadly, it consists of time series of World Input-Output tables and International Supply and Use tables; National Input-Output tables and National Supply and Use tables; Socio-Economic Accounts and Environmental Accounts.