Small States: Economic Review and Basic Statistics, Volume 18

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Small States: Economic Review and Basic Statistics, Volume 18
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Series Title: Small States: Economic Review and Basic Statistics
Number within series: 18
Publication date: 16 November 2015
Size: 280mm x 205mm
ISBN: 978-1-84929-143-9
Pages: 126

This unique annual collection of key economic and statistical data on states with fewer than five million inhabitants is an essential reference for economists, planners and policy-makers. The Commonwealth’s definition of small states is those with a population of one and a half million or less. For comparison purposes this volume presents, where available, data on states with a population of up to five million.

This volume contains 17 tables covering development indicators and an article focusing on the reform of overseas development assistance (ODA) and Post-2015 financing for development (FFD) in small states.



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Foreword

What Are Small States?

Part I. Recent Trends in Commonwealth Small States

1. Economic and Social Development in Small States
1.1 Introduction
1.2 The global economic outlook
1.3 Economic growth in small states
1.4 Inflation
1.5 Unemployment
1.6 International trade
1.7 Competitiveness
1.8 Development aid
1.9 Remittances
1.10 Human and social development indicators

2. Country Analysis
2.1 African small states
2.2 Asia-Pacific small states
2.3 European small states
2.4 Caribbean small states


3. ODA and Development Financing in SIDS Post 2015
3.1 Summary
3.2 Introduction
3.3 DAC High-Level Committee decisions on post-2015 ODA reform
3.4 Development financing in SIDS and major OECD donor partners
3.5 The future of ODA in SIDS
3.6 Conclusions
Appendix 3.1 Elaborated definition of ‘concessionality’
Appendix 3.2 Donors’ spending plans
Appendix 3.3 Multilaterals’ spending plans

Part II. Social and Economic Data on Small States

Table 1. Size of the economy
Table 2. Growth of the economy
Table 3. Economic activity
Table 4. Prices
Table 5. Private sector
Table 6. Public sector
Table 7. Trade
Table 8. Aid dependency
Table 9. Energy and environment
Table 10. Agriculture and forestry
Table 11. Poverty
Table 12. Health
Table 13. Education
Table 14. Gender
Table 15. Globalisation
Table 16. Governance
Table 17. Youth