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Doctorate of Business Administration: Data
An online research guide for students pursuing a Doctorate in Business Administration
In addition to library resources, lots of economic, trade and development data, domestic and international, is freely available online. Contact your librarian for help finding more specific or obscure datasets. This page contains links to just a few potential large-scale data sources.
The Bureau's webpage has information and statistics on regional, national, and international economic issues.
IN-PERSON USE ONLY. Visit the Financial Investment Center in Hyland Hall to access Bloomberg terminals, where you'll find financial data and analytics. Contact your faculty advisor to get access to the lab.
A searchable database with comprehensive visualizations of data drawn from many different sources. Data is US demographic and geographic focused -- cities, counties, states; jobs and industries; universities and schools.
Called the "social network for data people," this relatively new site lets you sign up and share datasets with other researchers, or download datasets that may have been manipulated or changed to be just what you need for your own research.
Historical time series data for the U.S. economy which includes daily U.S. interest rates, CPI, PPI, GDP, monetary data, exchange rates, balance of payments and more. Data may be exported into Excel or text files.
This semi-annual report from the IMF's International Capital Markets Department reports on market developments and issues. The Statistical Appendix especially includes GDP figures, capital flows (direct investment, etc.), data on the securities markets, and much more.
The Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development's (OECD) monthly publication has national account data, industrial production data, Consumer Price Index, Producer Price Index, earnings, interest rates, international trade and much more. Covers the 33 OECD member countries along with Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Russian Federation and South Africa. The Library has volumes back to 1970, but there is quite a bit of recent data is available for free on the OECD Statistics Portal (http://www.oecd.org/statistics/).