Compilation of economic time series data. The majority of the data is US macroeconomic but also includes selected employment data by local area (state, county, MSA, and cities). Includes charts and direct downloading to Excel or other spreadsheet program.
RAND California is a subscription-based service related to California economic and public policy issues. Contains time series data for social, business, economic, health, education, environmental and government measures for all 50 states and additional measures specific to California. Data may be available annually, quarterly or monthly for the US, individual states, counties, cities and zip codes.
'...the World Bank’s official open access repository; ... contains research from thousands of works including: World Bank published books, World Development Reports (WDRs), Policy Research Working Papers, Economic and Sector Work studies, and journal articles that have been published in World Bank Economic Review and World Bank Research Observer...'
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