This guide highlights key sources of online provincial, national, and international demographic statistics, economic indicators, social indicators, as well as housing, education, and industry data. Includes information on online mapping tools.
This searchable statistical database provided by the United Nations Statistics Division was created to provide current, relevant and reliable statistics free of charge to the global community. A single interface, customizable tables, filter and search options make sorting and locating specific statistical information easier.
With the exception of governmental data, very little economic data is available for free on the web. Resources for Economists on the Internet provide good starting points for what is available via the web.
Socioeconomic section of the DDC of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC); provides access to baseline and scenario data related to population, economic development, technology, and natural resources for use in climate impact assessment
Worldometers - World Statistics Updated In Real Time
ChartsBin.com is a web-based data visualization tool with easy to display visualized a global socioeconomic data, plus, you can freely, quickly, and easily create rich interactive visualizations with your own data.
Detailed annual statistical data on revenue, expense, transactions in assets and liabilities, and stocks of assets and liabilities of general government and its subsectors as reported by member countries. Five report periods.
A comprehensive database of key indicators, the World Economic Outlook Database is created during the biannual World Economic Outlook (WEO) exercise. The data is the product of a comprehensive interdepartmental review of world economic developments, which
This is the largest depository of international trade data. It holds over 1.1 billion data records from more that 140 countries. Includes detail on commodities and partner countries. All commodity values expressed in US dollars. Time series date back to 1962.