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U.S. Economic Data Resources
Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)
Includes economic account data on National, International, Regional, and Industry levels. Also includes the Consumer Expenditure Survey
The purpose of Data.gov is to increase public access to high value,machine readable datasets generated by the Executive Branch of the Federal Government.
FRED (Federal Reserve Economic Data)
A database of over 3000 U.S. economic time series. Download data in Microsoft Excel formats and view charts of data series. Full Text.
FRASER (Federal Reserve Archival System for Economic Research)
This publication prepared by the Council of Economic Advisers supplies monthly updates related to the economic conditions in the U.S. Economic Indicators provides statistical data both in tabular and graphic form and includes information on consumer and producer prices, employment, production, and money and banking.
Typically 10 years of annual data with the most recent 12 to 15 months broken out in detail. 1948 to present.
Statistical Sites on the World Wide Web
Includes links to U.S. State & Federal Statistical Agencies, International Statistical Organizations, and National Statistical Agencies.
From the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
U.S. Regional Economic Conditions
State of the Cities Data Systems (SOCDS) from HUD
Data for Metropolitan Area, Cities and Suburbs: demographic and economic characteristics of population starting from 1970 Census; unemployment; jobs, business establishments and pay; violent and property crimes; local building permits; city government finance, housing affordability.
Cluster Mapping Project from Harvard Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness
The Cluster Mapping Project uses detailed county level data and statistical techniques to profile regional economies and their performance over time, with a special focus on clusters. Clusters are geographically concentrated groups of interconnected companies, universities, and related institutions that arise out of linkages or externalities across industries. Regions and clusters are analyzed at various geographic levels including states, economic areas, and metropolitan areas.
Data Sources from AEAWeb
Statistical resource directory from the American Economics Association
More than 100,000 data series including state, metro and compiled by federal statistical agencies. Registered users can generate forecasts from historical data.
Free economic, demographic and financial data from Moody's Economy.com. Check the source to track down the original source of data.
Access statistical information about the U.S. from multiple sources. Check defitions, source and date of data.Visualize with pie charts, maps, graphs. Created by Rapid Intelligence Co.