News articles from the Wall Street Journal (including WSJ Pro), newswires, and thousands of national and local newspapers, magazines, trade publications and transcripts. Also provides selected financial market data and company information.
Global market research reports, including industry overviews, competitive analysis, market trends, product innovations, buyer behavior, and market share. Includes reports from groups such as Kalorama Information, Packaged Facts, and Simba Information.
Country risk ratings, macroeconomic analyses and forecasts, industry overviews, and market reports. Includes country-level data and analysis and has information for specific industries and markets worldwide.
Market research data and reports for consumer products and services, including market size and forecasting, competitive landscape, consumer behavior, and branding. Many reports include interactive data workbooks with customer survey data. Reports are focused on the U.S., while trends, news, and insights articles cover additional countries.
For: Current Stanford faculty, staff, and students. Help: Mintel Guide
Two U.S. datasets. Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) data from the National Inpatient Sample that includes information about procedures and diagnoses during hospital inpatient stays and emergency department visits.
Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) includes selected Household tables, which includes insurance coverage, the use and cost of health services, and health insurance coverage offered to employees by employers in the private sector and state and local governments.
For: Current Stanford faculty, staff, and students for Stanford-related academic research purposes. Access: Under Subscriptions > Public. Help: WRDS access and search help.
Provides data on economic trends, local healthcare financing and payment policies. Find it @ Stanford
Go to Data & Forecasting > BMI Databases > Disease Database.
A fully country-comparative interactive tool that provides dynamic forecasts of the burden and number of deaths of 268 diseases and injuries in 178 countries, from 1990 to 2030.
Provides statistics gathered by market researchers, trade organizations, scientific publications, and government sources. Use the source information to track down additional data and information. Includes a Global Consumer Survey that provides country-level survey data on a variety of consumer behavior and brand preference topics.