Main Economic Indicators: Historical Statistics, 1964-1983
Call Number: Ref. HC240.O665 1984
Polling the NationsPolls from a variety of sources including Gallup, the Pew Center, Zogby International, major newspapers, and more, providing an opportunity to analyze trends, compare attitudes and contrast behavior on more than 6,000 topics.
Statistics on the Web
American FactfinderFrom the U.S. Census Bureau, a source for population, housing, economic, and geographic data.
Center for Microeconomic Data - Federal Reserve Bank of New YorkFrom the Federal Reserve Bank in New York is a website that brings together publicly available data on mortgage delinquencies and foreclosures. Data available on housing prices, general economic indicators, and umemployment rates since the mortgage crisis; delinquency rates for mortgages, auto loans, bank cards, and student loans; and nonprime mortgage delinquency rates. Data is accessible through interactive maps (with a county search feature), charts, RSS feeds, and a keyword search box.
BEA: Regional Economic AccountsThis site provides economic statistics from the Bureau of Economic Analysis of the US Department of Commerce, including data sets for US states and metropolitan areas. On the site, users can create interactive charts, graphs, tables and maps out of any data points they choose. Users can also download data to use in a spreadsheet software.
GlobalEdgeComprehensive business site – the 'Country Insight' section provides an outline of the business climate, political structure, history, and statistical data for more than 190 countries. It also includes regional and country specific links in addition to a general overview of each geographic area.
AidDataProvides free access to the world's largest database of individual foreign aid projects. Includes software applications to analyze these data and a blog for discussion of international development. Hosted by the College of William and Mary, Brigham Young University, and Development Gateway.
Public Data Explorer- Google Labs"Play with the tool to create visualizations of public data, link to them, or embed them in their own webpages." Use data from the sources listed in data directory on the website, or upload your own. From Google Labs.
JournalismPew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism. Includes data sets, analysis, State of the News Media annual report, and journalism resources.
Data.gov"Find, download, and use datasets that are generated and held by the Federal Government."
Timetric: Indexing the World's EconomyThe latest public economic data. 3,231,357 statistics from sources including The World Bank, Eurostat and the Office for National Statistics, ready to see, share and download for free.