This is a selective guide to source of United States macro-level economics statistics. Most of the data is not free on the web, with the exception of much government data. The same data may not be collected for or by each state.
This is a selective guide to sources of United States macro-level economics statistics. Most of the data is not free on the web, with the exception of much government data.
The same data may or may not be collected for or by each state.
The guide contains the following sections:
- Economics and Finance FAQ
Produced by economics librarians at Princeton University - you will need to check this library’s resources to see that you will have access to the suggested sources.
- Historical Statistics of the United States
Contains more than 37,000 annual time series of quantitative historical information covering virtually every quantifiable dimension of American history: population, work and welfare, economic structure and performance, governance, and international relations.
Includes information from more than 10,000 renowned business and public information sources including trade organizations, scientific publications, and government sources on more than 600 industries.
- Statistical Abstract of the United States
This compendium of statistics produced by the U.S. government contains basic tables summarizing the vast amount of data collected by the government. Find a table here that is related to your topic and follow the cited source to identify which agency collects the data you need.
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