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(Statista, Inc.) Statistical data and analysis of business, industry, product brands, market share, media, and social scientific topics, obtained from both private and public sector sources, and covering all regions of the world. Search tip: Search for the country name, or click 'Global Survey' to view data about consumers in a selected country.
(SAGE Publications) According to SAGE: "The largest repository of standardized and structured statistical data". This database includes over 65 billion datasets as well as guidance on how to craft research topics and use data within them.
(Euromonitor International) Provides access to global market analysis with comprehensive coverage of industries, countries and consumer trends. Search tip: Click on the Economies or Consumers tabs and then use the Search Analysis box to select a topic (such as households, income and expenditure, lifestyles, etc.) and geography.
(GlobalData) Provides access to a comprehensive collection of business information on over 200 countries and 3500 industries. It contains in-depth information on over 30000 public and private companies, market data for consumer products, and news feeds. Search tip: Sign into MarketLine, and then hover over MarketLine's 'Databases' menu item. Hover over 'Countries & Cities' and select 'Country Statistics'.
Search for country profiles as well as tables on a wide range of topics including Education, Employment, Energy, Environment, Industry, Information and Communication Technology, Population,Tourism, and Trade.
Time series data on IMF lending, exchange rates and other economic and financial indicators.
Where do I find the unemployment rate of a country?
Try exploring the statistical agency website for a country of interest, or explore data available through international organizations.
For example, the OECD provides data on many countries for a variety of economic, financial, environmental, and other factors, including Unemployment Rates.
The International Monetary Fund also provides data on Prices, Production, and Labour. Start at the IMF Data page, select International Financial Statistics, then select 'Data Tables' and select the indicator and country of interest.
Where do I find a country's GDP?
The World Trade Organization provides country profiles that cover key indicators on trade in goods and services for over 190 economies, highlighting the major exports and imports for each economy as well as their main trading partners: Trade Profiles.
The International Monetary Fund includes International Financial Statistics data, which includes GDP and components data. Start at the IMF Data website, select International Financial Statistics, then select 'Data Tables' and select the indicator and country of interest: IMF Data