Statistics about all the countries of the world, including categories like Richest, Most Populous, Most Expensive, Cleanest, etc. The information is from publicly-accessible sources like the CIA World Factbook.
B&E Datalinks provides links to economic & financial data sources of interest to economists and business statisticians. The website is a project sponsored by the Business and Economics (B&E) Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association (ASA).
Trade statistics from the CARICOM states
Web site of an international economic survey organization that polls more than 600 economists each month to obtain their forecasts and views. The site enables visitors to access free sample copies of publications which cover over 70 countries and view recent data and special survey results.
EconDataLinks.com provide a portal to carefully screened economics, business and finance sources on the Web.
A listing of associations and societies focusing on economic issues around the world.
Alphabetical listing of countries with links to the world's economic departments of universities and institutions.
International comparisons of GDP, competitiveness, external debt, household income, inflation rates, electricity production, nuclear energy production as percentage of total energy production and unemployment rates.
Economy.com is a subscription based source for professional economic research with hundreds of analytical and statistical reports covering a wide range of industry, macroeconomic, regional, and international topics.
An internet portal for economic information.
A website service (provided by the Economics Department of Washington University ), devoted to the free distribution of working papers in economics.
ELDIS is a free gateway to information sources on Development and the Environment and offers a selection of key websites providing access to statistical data.
Published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, each FCP summarizes the Department's assessment of activities and trends in fisheries and aquaculture for the countries around the world. The profiles have a standard layout. Economic and demographic data are based on UN or World Bank sources; data on fisheries are generally those published by the FAO Fisheries Department.
FindLaw's global links and resources regarding the law and economics.
FINWeb is a financial economics website listing Internet resources providing substantive information concerning economics and finance-related topics.
Provider of economic intelligence for Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas (+70 countries). FocusEconomics is based in Barcelona, Spain, and is supported by an extensive global network of analysts.
Comparative information on the potential and performance of 25 emerging economies as locations for global sourcing and production.
IDEAS is the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics available on the Internet. Over 150'000 items of research can be browsed or searched, and over 60'000 can be downloaded.
Index developed by the conservative Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal that measures 161 countries against a list of 50 independent variables divided into 10 broad factors of the study's authors' opinion of what constitutes "economic freedom."
Links to national statsics websites of most major United Nations members. Prepared by the United Nations Statistics Division
Site that graphically compares statistics from most nations.
Provides purchasing power parity and national income accounts converted to international prices for 168 countries for some or all of the years 1950-2000.
RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) is a collaborative effort of over 100 volunteers in 30 countries to enhance the dissemination of research in economics.
SourceOECD is the online library of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. It offers access to the full text of the books, periodicals and statistical databases (some services are subscription based). SourceOECD comprises 20 Book collections by theme, containing all monographs and reports; 20 periodicals; some reference titles; and the OECD statistical databases.
Statistical database maintained by the Statistical Division of the UNECE Secretariat. It provides detailed statistical information on countries in Europe, North America and Central Asia. Data are organized by domains and subject or policy areas.
The University of Michigan's listing of worldwide resources for statistics and economic studies.
Links to hundreds of sites with statistics on things like international population and economic data, trade statistics, newspaper and magazine circulation figures, the latest numbers on e-commerce, and more.
Website providing economic analysis and data from around the world.
The Econometrics Journal online with links to economic journals, economist, software and other resources online.
Trade Map from the International Trade Centre of the Uniteed Nations offers trade statistics from 220 countries and territories and 5300 products of the Harmonized System. Trade data is also available at the tariff line level for more than 120 countries and on a quarterly and monthly basis for more than 50 countries.
A map of the US with the names of countries whose GDPs are similar in size substituted for the actual name of the state.
Wide range of data for more than 200 economies
Classification of most countries by region, income and indebtedness.
The most recent World Bank estimates of total population, gross domestic product (GDP), and gross national income (GNI). The tables include a ranking of countries both by total size and in per capita terms.
WITS gives you access to major international trade and tariffs data compilations: UN COMTRADE (Commodity Trade) database maintained by the United Nations Statistical Division (UNSD); TRAINS (Trade Analysis Information System) maintained by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD); IDB (Integrated Data Base) and CTS (Consolidated Tariff Schedule) databases maintained by the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Site that ranks world economies and includes some large corporations for comparison purposes. Based on 1995 statistics.