In a world of Global Value Chains, understanding Multinational Entreprises (MNEs) – where they are, how they operate, where they pay taxes – has never been more important. However, surprisingly little official statistics are currently available on individual MNEs.
To fill this gap the OECD has begun to develop a new database – the Analytical Database on Individual Multinationals and Affiliates (ADIMA) – using a number of open big data sources that can provide new insights on individual MNEs and their global profiles.
ADIMA has four components which can be downloaded using the following links:
Data are now available for 100 of the world’s largest MNEs and coverage will be extended in future releases.
Visualising ADIMA: Connections discovered for two individual MNEs
We welcome proposals for other extensions, collaboration and applications using ADIMA but also feedback on the current database. Contact us