This research guide does not include statistical sources except incidentally. Other research guides cover these resources (e.g. International Economic Statistics, International Finance, U. S. Economic Data).
Provides access to the books, journals, and statistical databases of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, providing information on member countries.' Note: Includes IEA data and reports tto which GW does not subscribe.
Premier source for economic literature in scholarly journals (including book reviews), books, dissertations, and working papers. Covers accounting, capital markets, econometrics, economic forecasting, government regulations, labor economics, monetary theory, urban economics and more. Published by the American Economic Association.
Provides political, economic, and business information on countries. Generally, the best way to use the database is to select country report under My Reports and Services and then select the country from the list that is then displayed.
RavenPack analyzes unstructured content from thousands of publications to extract information on named entities and financially-relevant events in the public eye. Structured data is in a form that allows users to control for media effect and create research based on news and social media; over 16 years of historical data available timestamped to the millisecond. Users must create a WRDS account. See http://libguides.gwu.edu/wrds for more information.