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Economics

Recommended resources for economics research

American Economic Association

U.S. Census Bureau

 

Highlighted Resource from the U.S. Census Bureau:

U.S. Census Bureau: State Data Centers

The State Data Center program is one of the oldest and most successful partnership endeavors the U.S. Census Bureau has undertaken to-date. This partnership between the Census Bureau and the 50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and island areas began in 1978. The program makes data available to the public locally through a network of state agencies, state and local governments, libraries, and universities. 

Local State Data Center websites:

Pennsylvania

New Jersey

Delaware

Maryland

Economic Indicators

Polling/Survey Data

The following polling/survey resources are freely available to the public:

Country Statistical Yearbooks

The guide linked below, published by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries' Data & Information Services Center, provides links to statistical yearbooks or similar collections for 154 countries:

Economics Statistical Databases

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Resources

IMF Data includes access to these two very popular resources:

Additional Statistical Resources