Regional Development

OECD Regions and Cities Statistical Atlas


With the OECD Regions and Cities Statistical Atlas, define yourself your selection among the wealth of indictors provided by the OECD Regional databases, and choose the visualisation that suits the best to highlight your findings.


The OECD Regions and Cities Statistical Atlas is a web-platform that allows visualising maps and charts for a wide range of statistical indicators at the subnational scale, all of which are downloadable in CSV format. The available indicators, which are also available in the OECD statistical portal, cover crucial demographic, social, economic and environmental topics. While most indicators are primarily available for OECD member countries, a sub-set of indicators on population, builtup area and air quality have a global coverage that includes all the cities (and their commuting zones) in the world of at least 50 000 inhabitants. 


Regions and Cities Statistical Atlas

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Maps presented in these pages are for illustrative purposes and are without prejudice to the status of or sovereignty over any territory covered by these maps. The sources of administrative boundaries are the National Statistical Offices and FAO Global Administrative Unit Layers (GAUL).

Specific information on data for Israel:                                          


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