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Database for Institutional Comparisons in Europe (DICE)

The Database for Institutional Comparisons in Europe – DICE – is one of Ifo’s service products and can be accessed free-of-charge online. The database allows users to search for cross-country comparisons of systematic information on institutions, regulatory systems, legal requirements and the mechanisms of their application. Although DICE is not a statistical database, it also contains data on the outputs (economic effects) of institutions and regulations where relevant.

Most recent entries to the DICE Database

  1. DICE Database (2015), R&D tax incentive schemes, 2013/2014 | Details | Download

  2. DICE Database (2015), Financial crisis aid: Approved amounts, totals per aid instrument, 2008 - 2014 | Details | Download

  3. DICE Database (2015), Overview of recent changes in bank resolution legislation in selected jurisdictions, 2012 | Details | Download

  4. DICE Database (2015), Monetary policy decision-making and accountability structures, 2014/ 2015 | Details | Download

Latest CESifo DICE Report Database Articles

  1. DICE Database (2015), Old-age Poverty in OECD Countries and the Issue of Gender Pension Gaps | Details | Download

  2. DICE Database (2015), Net Pension Replacement Rates | Details | Download

  3. DICE Database (2015), Minimum Wage Regimes in the European Union | Details | Download

  4. DICE Database (2015), Household Debt and the Importance of Effective Private Insolvency Laws | Details | Download

Learn more about DICE

The Database for Institutional Comparisons in Europe – in short “DICE” – provides cross-country information on institutions, regulations and policies. In other words, on “the rules of the game in a given country”. DICE not only compares European countries. It also includes information on other major industrial economies, as well as the BRIC countries. read on


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