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U.S. Government Data

Products and Markets

  • eMarketer  Icon
    Includes charts, articles featuring statistics, surveys and forecasts on topics ranging from Advertising to Wi-Fi.
  • TableBase  Icon  Icon
    Tabular statistics on companies, products, industries, countries, and markets.
    Note: 3 simultaneous users
    Jump Start Guide
  • SourceBook America  Icon
    Access in Makena Capital Traders Pit of the Business Library
    Data on population, households, race, income, spending potential, etc. Indexed by ZIP code, county. (ceased with 2009 ed.)
    Coverage - How-to - Sample Searches

Economic Data

  • Data-Planet Statistical Datasets  Icon
    Over 15 billion data points from licensed and public domain datasets to create customized maps, graphs, charts, and spreadsheets. Includes IMF data, e.g. Balance of Payments, Direction of Trade, Government Finance Statistics, and International Financial Statistics.
    NOTE: The database does not work in Chrome on a Mac computer.
  • EIU CountryData  Icon
    Worldwide economic indicators and forecasts.
    Quick Guide
  • Global Insight (via WRDS)  Icon
    For current Stanford community
    U.S. Macroeconomic data (1945-). NOTE: Stanford subscription includes Basic (U.S.) Economic Series Attributes only; for data access, go to Green Library.
  • U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
    U.S. economic accounts.
  • Datastream  Icon  Icon
    For current Stanford community; Access in Makena Capital Traders Pit of the Business Library
    Easy-to-download historical data on stocks, bonds, commodities, and economic indicators.
  • OECD iLibrary  Icon
    Full text publications from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
  • Global Financial Data  Icon
    For current Stanford community
    World economic data on over 150 countries. U.S. Stock Database and Real Estate database are not included in our subscription.
  • World Bank Data  Icon
    Includes World Development Indicators (WDI), Global Development Finance (GDF), Africa Development Indicators (ADI), Global Economic Monitor (GEM), etc. 
    Note: Free resource, open to all.

Trade Statistics

 

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