This page lists selected sources of economic statistics and data licensed by the UC Berkeley libraries or freely available on the web. Broken down by category: United States Macroeconomic; International Macroeconomic; Microdata Guides; Frequently Used Surveys; International Trade; Foreign Investment; Companies & Industries; Development & Inequality; Demography & Labor; and Economic History.
Portals where researchers deposit economic data, and gateways to search for it include:
If you need help with learning statistical analysis, data cleaning, or assistance with programming the Library and the campus have partnered to provide learning opportunities in these areas:
Business Dynamics Statistics. Created from the Longitudinal Business Database (LBD). Sources are longitudinal and track establishments and firms over time.
Center for Microeconomic Data. From the New York Federal Reserve. Includes data on consumer finance, student and household debt, credit cards, housing, delinquencies, auto loans and more.
Data Planet. Access to data points from licensed and public domain datasets from governments and organizations.
Economic Census. United States business establishment statistics compiled every 5 years: number of establishments, sales, receipts, revenue, payroll, and employees at the city, county, state and national levels. See the Princeton University Guide to the Economic Census.
Economic Indicators. Monthly compilation prepared by the Council of Economic Advisors on prices, wages, production, business activity, purchasing power, credit, money and government finance.
Historical Statistics of the United States. Coverage from the colonial and pre-Federal period up to 2000. Excellent source of information for studying U.S. history, economics, politics, and other topics.
National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Data. Includes the NBER Macrohistory Database, and serves as a gateway to frequently used datasets by academics and governments.
Regional Economic Data Toolkit. Detailed consumer price data at fine levels of geography (city and county levels), state expenditures by economic function, and indexes of economic diversity.
Statistical Abstract of the United States. Summary statistics on the social, political, and economic organizations of the United States. Also useful as a guide to more information.
United States Bureau of Economic Analysis.US GDP and its components as well as prices, income, inflation, and special topics. Includes the Survey of Current Business (business indicators, prices, trade, labor, employment & earnings, etc.)
United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. Data on inflation and prices, unemployment, productivity, wages, and more. The BLS manages the Current Population Survey (see IPUMS version), the National Longitudinal Surveys, and the Current Employment Statistics Program.
Amadeus. European financial database containing information on millions of companies. Up to 10 years of detailed information and consolidated statements.
Cross-National Time-Series. Statistical information on a range of countries, with socio-economic data ranging from 1815 to the present.
CEIC Global. Global economic and financial data. Includes: National Accounts, Industries, Construction, Demography, Trade, Stock Markets, Banking, Inflation, Monetary, Forex, Investment, and more. Create an account for additional features.
China Data Online. Macroeconomic statistics, city and county data, industrial sector data, and census updates for China.
Data Planet. Access to data from licensed and public domain datasets from local, state and international governments and commercial organizations.
DBNomics. Publicly available economic data provided by national and international statistical institutions, researchers and private companies.
EMIS. Company analysis, industry research, economic reports, forecasts, macroeconomic statistics, deals, and financial reports for emerging markets as well as ratings from international & local rating agencies.
EPS China Data.Collection of data on China - annual quarterly and monthly data for indicators covering national, county and city statistics
Eurostat. Publications and statistics from the EU: data in economics, population, agriculture, trade, transportation, the envornment and more.
Global Financial Data (GFD). Long runs of historical data and macroeconomic trends for over 150 countries: financials, interest rates, exchange rates and more.
Global Consumption Database.From the World Bank. One-stop source of data on household consumption patterns in developing countries
IMF Data. Most IMF data is located here, including the famous flagship data sources: International Financial Statistics, Direction of Trade Statistics, Government Finance, and more.
Indiastat. Statistical data from Indian government and private sources. Note: userid and password required. Please inquire at any Library Reference Desk.
Jordà-Schularick-Taylor Macrohistory Database. Macroeconomic data for advanced economies (1870-2016) annually. Comprises 25 real and nominal variables including financial variables such as bank credit to the non-financial sector, mortgage lending and long-term home prices.
OECD iLibrary. Data from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Includes data on economics and finance, trade, telecommunications, development, foreign aid, migration, and other categories.
ProwessDX. Detailed fundamentals data for all listed companies in India. Both private and public companies are included. Also contains data on ownership, governance, and mergers & acquisitions. Registration required.
PRS Country Risk Data. International political risk data, macroeconomic data, and forecasting, including measures of bureaucracy, corruption, civil disorders, ethnic tensions, inflation, terrorism, etc.
Total Economy Database.From the Conference Board. Annual data covering GDP, population, employment, hours, labor quality, capital services, labor productivity, and total factor productivity for countries.
UN Data. From the United Nations. Wide range of economic, social, cultural, and demographic indicators: population, environment, health, economics, technology, trade, refugees, and more.
UN Comtrade. Detailed trade data from 130 countries, detailed by commodity and partner country.
UNCTADStat. Data on Foreign Direct Investment, remittances, merchandise trade, the information and creative economies, and maritime transport, and trade openness indicators.
UNIDO Statistics Data Portal. International data on industries and mining from the United Nations Industrial Development Organization.
Universal Database of Russian Statistics. Statistical publications for Russian and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), from 2003 to present.
World Bank Data Catalog. Catalog of international economic, financial, and socio-economic data sets from the World Bank. Includes World Development Indicators featuring time series from 1960for population,labor, education, economics, the environment and more.
World Competitiveness Online. Country profiles and quantitative competitiveness rankings on criteria related to domestic and international economics, government efficiency, talent and training, business efficiency, and infrastructure.. See also the online yearbook.
World Development Indicators. Time series data from 1960 for 207 countries in the areas of population,labour, education, economics, the environment and much more.
World Inequality Database. Measures of wealth, income, income inequality, and wealth inequality for countries around the world. The site library includes data sets, working papers, articles and book chapters, and the World Inequality Report.
World Input-Output Database. Time series of world input-output tables and international supply and use tables for 27 EU countries and 13 other nations.
World Revenue Longitudinal Database. Compilation of government revenue data from the IMF's Government Finance Statistics, World Economic Outlook, and other sources.
Please note: most of these surveys offer microdata and require statistical software packages to explore and use.
American Community Survey. From the Census Bureau, via IPUMs. Survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau with questions about age, sex, race, family and relationships, income and benefits, health insurance, education, disabilities, employment, travel to work, place of residence, and more. See chart from the Census Bureau for guidelines on usage.
Consumer Expenditure Survey. Information on the buying habits of American consumers, including data on their expenditures, income, and household characteristics.
Current Population Survey. Demographic and employment data as well as special topics such as fertility, tobacco use, volunteer activities, voter registration, computer and internet use, food security. From 1962 to the present.
Living Standards Measurement Surveys. From the World Bank. Data on multiple indicators of household well-being, useful for assessing household behavior and evaluating the effect of government policies on living conditions.
Luxembourg Income Study. Largest income database of harmonized microdata collected from countries in Europe, North America, Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Australia, spanning five decades.
National Longitudinal Surveys. Set of surveys designed to gather information at multiple points in time on the labor market activities and other significant life events of several groups of people. Public use files can be analyzed online using the NLS Investigator.
Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Longest running longitudinal household survey in the world, from University of Michigan with data on employment, income, wealth, expenditures, health, marriage, childbearing, child development, and other topics.
Survey of Consumers from the Univ. of Michigan. Well known survey of consumer attitudes.
Survey of Consumer Finances. From the Federal Reserve. Financial condition of families in the United States: saving, investment, debt payments, pensions, business ownership, use of financial institutions, credit discrimination, and financial markets. See the SDA Version
Survey of Income and Program Participation. Nationally representative longitudinal survey that provides comprehensive information on the dynamics of income, employment, household composition, and government program participation.
World Values Survey. Data on people’s values, beliefs and norms in a comparative cross-national and over-time perspective.
Microdata contains observations for individual units (e.g., persons households, companies, etc.) in the research sample. Public Use Microdata, mainly from government surveys, accounts for the majority of microdata used by researchers. For an excellent description please see Guide to Microdata from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
American Economic Association (AEA) Data. Replication data from Open ICPSR repository. Free to use, registration required. Deposits include code and documentation needed for replication. Some data is restricted, in which case the code and documentation are deposited.
Council of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA). Umbrella organization for social science data across Europe.
Cross National Data Center, Luxembourg. Includes the Luxembourg Income and Wealth Studies for many countries. Used to study the effects of economic and social policies on poverty, income inequality, employment, and other socio-economic outcome.
Harvard Dataverse. Housed at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science (IQSS) at Harvard, this hosts the world's largest collection of social science data research.
Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR). Consortium of institutions working to acquire and preserve social science data. Maintained at the University of Michigan, ICPSR receives, processes, and distributes data on social phenomena. See the American Economic Review Open ICPSR repository.
Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS). From the Minnesota Population Center. Provides census and survey microdata from around the world integrated across time and space. Registration is required and is free. Includes the following:
Odum Archive Dataverse. Repository for Louis Harris public opinion data and Roper Center nonproprietary poll data.
Princeton University Data & Statistical Services Gateway. Guide to microdata by subject and by country. Some of the sources listed are restricted to Princeton University but many are also freely available or also licensed by UC Berkeley.
The UK Data Archive. Houses data sets of interest to researchers from many different disciplines. To use the services users must register online which only need be done once. Once registered, users can order data online or for popular datasets access them online using NESSTAR.
World Bank Central Microdata Catalog. Includes World Bank impact evaluation surveys, living standards measurement surveys, development research microdata, and more. The World Bank also provides guides on types of microdata useful for policy analysis and interventions.
Alliance for Audited Media. Title-level statistics for newspapers, consumer magazines, business publications and farm publications back to 2013 in excel.
Amadeus. European financial database containing information on approximately 20 million companies from 43 countries, including all the EU countries and Eastern Europe.
Business Dynamics Statistics. Created from the Longitudinal Business Database (LBD), a database available to researchers in the network of Census Research Data Centers. Data are longitudinal in nature and permit tracking of establishments and firms over time.
Business Monitor International (BMI). Data and analysis for a variety of industries. Coverage includes the U.S. and 50+ foreign countries.
CEIC Global. Database covering countries in Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Data items include: National Accounts, Industrial, Sales, Construction, Property, Demographic, Labor, Trade, Stock Markets, Banking, Inflation, Monetary, Forex, Investment, and more.
County Business Patterns. Sub-national economic data by industry, useful for studying the economic activity of small areas; analyzing economic changes over time. Also available from the National Historical Geographic Information System.
Dun and Bradstreet Historical Records. Point-in-time data from a collection of over 280 million private and public companies in the United States. One file per year from 1969 through 2018 with the exception of 1981 and 1984. Variables include DUNS number, geographic codes (county, city, state, zip) sales, employees, and industry codes. Please see:
Economic Census. Provides a detailed portrait of the United States' economy every five years about business establishment statistics: number of establishments, sales, receipts, revenue, payroll, and employees at the city, county, state and national levels. Alos see the Princeton University Guide to the Economic Census.
EMIS Professional. Company analysis, industry research, economic reports, forecasts, market dailies, macroeconomic statistics, deals, and financial reports for emerging markets.
Euromonitor Passport. Specializes on data and reports on consumer products and services, also includes data on industries and good data on economic conditions of cities.
Ibisworld. Useful database for industry-based research. Includes three sections for the United States, China, and global based industry reports. Industry data is available in the United States by NAICS code.
Infogroup United States Historical Business Data. Geocoded records of millions of US businesses with information on each entity, such as contact information, industry, revenues, employees, and other data annually from 1997-2018. Data files are compressed and software such as 7-Zip is required to unzip them. The following files for using the data can also be accessed from the link above.
OECDiLibrary. Data on many topics from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). See especially the Industry section under OECDStat (Statistical Data).
Orbis. Contains information on over 200 million companies worldwide, both private and public. Includes companies' financial accounts, credit scores from a number of independent providers, directorships, ownership structures, and details of mergers and acquisitions activity.
SimplyAnalytics. Requires registration. Enables users to create professional quality maps and statistical reports using demographic, business and other data.
S&P Capital IQ. Available to currently enrolled UCB students, faculty, and staff. Create an individual login before using; does not require EZProxy. Public and private company financials and filings, private company information and investment details, M&A, industry surveys, screening and charting.
Statista. Facts on media, business, politics, and other areas. Sources of information include market research reports, trade publications, scientific journals, and government sources. Data may be downloaded into spreadsheets and presentations. Includes industry reports.
UNIDO Statistics Data Portal. International statistical data on industries and mining from the United Nations Industrial Development Organization.
United Nations Industrial Commodity Production Statistics Dataset, 1950-2003. CD ROM Dataset of industrial commodity production statistics from 1950-2003, measured as production sold of each commodity within each country or territory.
Uniworld. Use to identify and download lists of companies and their subsidiaries, both foreign and domestic.
Amadeus. Pan-European financial database containing information on millions of companies from 43 countries. Up to 10 years of detailed information.
Billion Prices Project. Publicly available retail price data from large outlets in several countries for limited years.
CEICGlobal. Database of over 400,000 time series covering countries in Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Data items include: National Accounts, Industrial, Sales, Construction-Property, Domestic and Foreign Trade, Stocks, Banking, Inflation, Monetary, Forex, Investment, and more.
Factset. Platform used to analyze financial data from global equity and fixed income markets, and public and private companies. Requires registration, UCB Students Staff and Faculty only.
Global Financial Data. Long runs of historical data on U.S. stock prices and macroeconomic data for countries. Long-term Financial, Interest Rate, United States Daily Stock Market, Global Stock Market, and more.
IMF Annual Report on Exchange Agreements and Exchange Restrictions(AREAR) Database. Tracks exchange and trade arrangements for all 186 IMF member countries, along with territories of member countries,
Infogroup United States Historical Business Data. Geo-coded records of millions of US businesses with basic information on each entity, such as contact information, industry, revenues, employees, and other data from 1997-2018.
International Financial Statistics. Financial, trade, and national accounts statistics by country. Historical data is back to 1948 monthly and annually.
Mergent Online. Source for public company financials and SEC documents. Income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements. Includes historic Moody's Manuals which include corporate histories, financial statements, subsidiaries, long-term debt, etc.
Orbis. Contains information on over 200 million companies worldwide, both private and public. Includes companies' financial accounts, credit scores from a number of independent providers, directorships, ownership structures, and details of mergers and acquisitions activity.
S&P Capital IQ. Available to currently enrolled UCB students, faculty, and staff. Create an individual login before using; does not require EZProxy. Public and private company financials and filings, private company information and investment details, M&A, & industry surveys.
PACIFIC Exchange Rate Service Retrieval Interface current and historical exchange rates
Pitchbook.Available to currently enrolled UCB students, faculty, and staff. Create an individual login before using. Private equity and venture capital transactions and trends.
Wharton Research Data Service(WRDS). Web-based business data service from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, providing access to financial, economic, and company data.Current UCB Students Staff and Faculty only: after registering a password will be sent by email.
WRDS SEC Analytics Suite. Textual data for over 12 million aggregated SEC filings with text and html files for all 10-K, 10-Q,8-K, Proxy filings, etc, for 95,000+ covered entities
Agricultural Market Access Database (AMAD). Cooperative effort from the FAO, World Bank, EU, OECD and other international organizations. Registration required.
CEPII. Collection of world trade database with accompanying trade models built by CEPII, a French international trade research center. All databases are free except Except BACI - users have to demonstrate their organization has a UN Comtrade subscription.
UN COMTRADE. Detailed commodity trade data between countries from 1962. This is the world's largest depository of international trade data.
Direction of Trade Statistics. From the IMF. Annual, quarterly, and monthly data on the value of exports and imports by trade partners for countries, areas and world aggregates, from 1980 to present. For data from 1948 to 1980 consult the Direction of Trade Statistics Historical CD ROM.
Foreign Trade Statistics. Monthly statistical reports, imports and exports by country, trade balances, commodity trade. Also contains historical data back to 1991, from the U.S. Census Bureau.
ITIP Services. Linked databases that provide information on member commitments under the WTO's General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), services commitments in regional trade agreements (RTA). See the statistics section for Trade in Services.
OECD iLibrary. Statistics section includes access to monthly statistics of international trade aggregates and detailed international trade statistics by commodity.
Services Trade Restrictions Database. World Bank database that provides comparable information on services trade policy measures for 103 countries, 18 service sectors (covering telecommunications, finance, transportation, retail and professional services).
UNCTAD-Eora Global Value Chain Database. Explore trends and patterns in international production through the analysis of global value chains (GVCs), i.e. fragmented and geographically dispersed production processes where different stages are located across different countries.
USA Trade Online. Specific U.S. export and import information on more than 18,000 commodities worldwide at the U.S. state and port level.
WTO Tariff Data. Offers two databases: one for tariff rates at the highest level of detail, import statistics and the ability to analyze interactively. Another provides standard statistics,in less detail but with the ability to compare between countries.
WTO Trade & Tariff Data. Interactive database with data on the following:
World Integrated Trade Solutions (WITS). Statistics on trade in merchandise and commercial services at the world and regional level. Register for use with your Berkeley email address.
Africa Development Indicators. From the World Bank covering 53 African countries from 1961 to present.
AID Data. Data and articles from peer reviewed journals. "Aid data raw" allows researchers to subset data by donor, recipient, and purpose for multiple years.
Center for Global Development Dataverse. Works to change policies & practices to reduce global poverty and inequality.
FAOSTAT. Extensive data on agriculture, food supply, food security, prices, commodities, forest products, and fisheries from the FAO.
ForeignAssistance.gov. Data about the U.S. government's foreign assistance funding.
Global Financial Integrity. Reports and data on illicit financial flows, trade misinvoicing, money laundering, etc by country.
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). Data on a variety of agricultural and resource topics, including hunger and poverty, social capital, livestock and more. Also via the Harvard Dataverse.
International Household Survey Network. Catalog of survey data sets from international organizations working in development (World Bank, UN Statistics Division, UNICEF and others).
Human Development Report Data. Statistics from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Links to the text of national human development reports from over 250 countries and regions.
OECD iLibrary. Leading International Organization for Foreign Aid data. Includes International Development Statistics as well as statistical databases on External Debt Statistics and Geographical Distribution of Financial Aid Flows to Developing Countries.
Opportunity Insights. Research and policy institute focused on improving economic opportunity and economic mobility - uses "the power of big data to document both the decline of the American Dream and potential solutions to revive it."
Replication Data Wiki. Serves as a database of empirical studies, the availability of replication material for them and of replication studies.
UN Data. Wide range of economic, social, cultural, and demographic indicators: population, environment, health, economics, technology, trade, refugees, and more.
UNIDO Statistics Data Portal. International data on industries and mining with data on establishments, employees, wages, output, and female employees by industry (4-digit level of the ISIC) from 1990; and at the 2 digit ISIC for countries back to 1963.
USAID Development Data Library. Data Catalog of USAID - project data in the areas of democracy and governance, health, humanitarian assistance, peace and security, education, economic growth and more.
U.S. Overseas Loans and Grants (Green Book). Loans and grants from the US government each fiscal year by purpose and country.
World Bank Data Catalog. Comprehensive catalog of international economic, financial, and socio-economic data from the World Bank.
World Development Indicators. Time series data from 1960 for countries in the areas of population, labour, education, economics, the environment and more.
World Income Inequality Database. Not to be confused with itrem below. Information for countries on income inequalities at both cross-country and time series levels over the period 1950-2018, with a focus on the period since 1980.
World Inequality Database. Provide access to data historical evolution of the world distribution of income and wealth, within countries and between countries.
Archival Federal Reserve Economic Data (ALFRED). Historical data on Money, Banking, & Finance, National Accounts, Population, Employment, & Labor Markets, Production & Business Activity, Prices, and International Data.
Cross-National Time-Series. Over 200 years of global economic political, and legislative data.
Dun and Bradstreet Historical Records. Point- in-time data from millions of private and public companies in the United States. One file per year from 1969 through 2018 with the exception of 1981 and 1984. Variables include DUNS number, geographic codes (county, city, state, zip) sales, employees, and industry codes.
EHNet Databases. Historical data sets from the Economic History Association: global financial data, wages, bond trading, early securities prices, developing country exports, historical labor statistics, and more.
European State Finance Database. Collaborative research project for the collection, archiving and dissemination of data on European fiscal history across the medieval, early modern and modern periods.
Fraser. Scanned U.S. historical economic statistical publications and other documents. Includes historical runs of the Economic Report of the President, monetary statistics, the Budget of the US Government, Statistics on Income, and the Survey of Current Business.
Global Financial Data. Long runs of historical data on U.S. stock prices and macroeconomic data for the U.S. and foreign countries.
Global Commodity Database. Data can be viewed by geographic market, currency, and commodity. Data is from approximately 1260 to 1914. Most data is from Europe but selected data from South Asia, East Asia, and the Americas.
Global Price and Income History Group. Prices, wages, income, and measures of economic well-being for countries and cities around the world before 1950. Focuses primarily on the middle ages.
Historical Annual Reports. Includes over 800 companies' annual reports available as searchable pdf images. Includes financial data, Fortune 500 ranking, industry classification, key people, geographic location, and more, from 1844 to present.
Infogroup United States Historical Business Data. Geo-coded records of millions of US businesses with basic information on each entity: contact information, industry, revenues, employees, and more annually from 1997-2018. The following files for using the data are included.
International Historical Statistics (E-Book Version).. Historical l data for Asia, Oceania, Africa, the Americas, and Europe, from 1750. The digital equivalent of the three famous Mitchell volumes below.
Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS). From the Minnesota Population Center. Microdata for historical surveys and censuses from the United States as well as other nations.
For historical data see NHGIS (summary tables and time series of population, housing, agriculture, and economic data) IPUMS USA (census microdata back to 1850) as well as the complete count microdata with complete person-level microdata from 1850-1940 (from 1850 to 1940 use IPUMS USA and select USA Full Count from 1790 to 1840. The full count at the household level can be found here.
Investor's Monthly Manual, 1869-1929. Historical Data from the London Stock Exchange. UK securities, sovereign debt from all over the world, as well as equity and company debt.
League of Nations Statistical Yearbooks. From Northwestern University. Digital League of Nations statistical yearbooks from 1926-1944. Includes data on population, commerce, public finance, currency, production, prices and more.
Maddison Historical Statistics. Project by a group of colleagues of Angus Maddison, with the aim to continue Maddison's work on measuring long-term economic performance for different regions, time periods and subtopics.
Mergent Archives. Corporate and industry related documents from the Moody's Corporate and Government/Municipal Manuals from 1909 to the present.
Montevideo Oxford Latin American Economic History Database (Moxlad). Statistical series for economic and social indicators covering countries in Latin America for the twentieth century and beyond.
NBER Data. Enormous collection of historical data: macroeconomics, history, international trade and finance, healthcare, finance, more.
Statistical Abstracts of the United States. Summary statistics of data collected by US agencies with source notes leading to more detailed data and publications. The Census Bureau has from 1901. The St. Louis Federal Reserve has volumes from 1878 to 1949 via the FRASER database.
Total Economy Database. From the Conference Board. Annual data covering GDP, population, employment, hours, labor quality, capital services, labor productivity, and total factor productivity for over 120 countries in the world.
TRADHIST. Historical Bilateral Trade and Gravity Data set with more than 1.9 million bilateral trade observations for the 188 years from 1827 to 2014. The dataset is used to estimate the evolution of trade costs over two centuries.
United Nations Statistical Yearbook. Country data covering the areas of population, labor, agriculture, forestry, construction, consumption, transportation, education and trade from 1946. UN Data does not contain as many indicators. Also see historic print in the library.
Data.Census.Gov. Data from the decennial Census and the American Community Survey about households, education, income, homeowners, business, and more
Health Nutrition and Population Statistics. Health, nutrition and population statistics gathered from international sources. From the World Bank.
Human Mortality Database. Detailed mortality and population data on the history of human longevity. From UC Berkeley and the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.
Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS). Provides census and survey data from around the world integrated across time and space. Includes the following:
ILOSTAT. International labor statistics from 1979 to the present on employment, earnings, wages, migration, strikes and more, from the International Labour Organization.
International Data Base. From the U.S. Census Bureau. Statistics for demographic, and socioeconomic data for countries and areas of the world. Information dates from 1950 to 2050.
International Labor Comparisons. From the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Labor& statistics derived from the foreign countries & the International Labour Office (ILO), Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and the EU.
Longitudinal Employer Household Dynamics. Several data products that characterize workforce dynamics: The Quarterly Workforce Indicators (QWI), LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES), Job-to-Job Flows (J2J), and Post-Secondary Employment Outcomes (PSEO).
Neighborhood Change Database. Contains US tract-level data from the 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000 and 2010 decennial censuses with variables and tract boundaries that are consistently defined across census years. To access please click "Login" when the user id and password auto-populate.
Occupational Wages Around the World (OWW). Wages data derived by the NBER from the ILO.
Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Longitudinal survey of U.S. men, women, and children and the families. Panel data on employment, income, wealth, health, housing food expenditures, transfer income, and marital and fertility behavior since 1968.
Penn World Tables. Freely available data on population, national income accounts and prices, from 1950.
Survey Documentation and Analysis (SDA). Program for easy web-based analysis of survey data, developed at UC Berkeley.
United States Census Bureau. Principal source of periodic U.S demographic data. Major programs include the Census of Population and Housing.
UN Data. Wide range of economic, social, cultural, and demographic indicators for most countries and territories of the world.
World Development Indicators. Primary World Bank collection of development indicators.
UN Demographic Yearbook System. Statistics on population, births, deaths, marriage and divorce, educational attainment, housing, ethnicity, language, and foreign-born and foreign populations by country from 1948.
United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. (BLS). Data on inflation and prices, unemployment, productivity, wages, and much more. The BLS manages the Current Population Survey, National Longitudinal Surveys, and the Current Employment Statistics Program.
CEIC. UC Berkeley subscribes to premium data sets for China, India, Brazil and Indonesia.
CEPII. Collection of world trade database with accompanying trade models built by CEPII, a French international trade research center. Data are provided by UN COMTRADE, ILO and others. Users have to document their organization has a UN Comtrade subscription (UCB subscribes).
China Global Investment Tracker. Tracks large Chinese investments and contracts worldwide. Details are available on over 1100 attempted transactions -- failed and successful – valued at more than $100 million in all industries.
Eurostat Direct Investments. Includes direct investment flow breakdowns by partner country and economic activity
International Monetary Fund, Coordinated Direct Investment Survey. Also available on Data Planet and CEIC. Indicate country/region and counterpart country/region when constructing the query.
OECD International Direct Investment Statistics. Foreign Direct Investment Data by country, partner country and economics activity for OECD Countries.
UNCTADStat. Foreign Direct Investment Flows and Stocks by country. UNCTAD also has a limited series of bilateral FDI Statistics and Country Fact Sheets. Additional information can be obtained from the World Investment Report (see the Annex Tables).
U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. International Investment Position. Detailed data on foreign direct investment involving the United States.