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UNdataGlobal official statistical data of the United Nations
WorldbankData by country, topic or economic indicators.
Other economic data resources
GGDC: DatabasesPlatform for research on economic growth and development at the RuG. Gives access to:
Population and GDP data collected by Angus Maddison (Maddison Historical Statistics), World Penn Tables and the World Input-Output Database (WIOD)
Access to research databases on growth and development
No longer available. Succeeded by Tomson Reuters' Eikon
Datastream consists of a series of databases containing data on financial markets, companies, international trade and national economies. The data is updated daily and in many cases dates back as far as 1970. Please check the Library Module (Nestor) carefully how to prepare for Datastream (FEB students only).
Yahoo FinanceDelivers quick overview of indices and stock prices in USA, Europe and Asia. For more detail, variables and longer timeseries the use of Datastream is strongly recommended.
FESE Federation of European Securities ExchangesThe FESE database is a single source of statistics from several European securities
exchanges. Every month, FESE member exchanges supply data on equity, bonds and
derivatives. This data is structured in tables that provide a basis of international comparison for European securities trading.
OANDAThis is a reputable site for current and historical foreign currency values/exchange rates.
Transparency International Corruption Perceptions IndexTransparency International is well-known for it’s work in documenting corruption. The
organization’s Corruption Perceptions Index is often cited in studies that deal with the
impact of corruption on economic and commercial development.
Worldwide Governance IndicatorsThe Worldwide Governance Indicators report on six broad dimensions of governance for over 200 countries over the period from 1996.