Economic Data (U.S.): Other Suggested Resources
Collection of historical and current state-level data covering health care, crime, education, economy, and many more.
Create and save maps illustrating 168 indicators on the food environment covering food choices, health and well-being, and community characteristics in U.S. states or counties. Indicators include store/restaurant proximity, food prices, and food and nutrition assistance programs. Data is drawn from numerous sources including the Decennial Census, County Business Patterns, and Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.
Create and save maps illustrating over 60 socioeconomic indicators on people, jobs, agriculture and other county data. Sources include the American Community Survey, economic reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the latest Census of Agriculture. You may also download your data into a spreadsheet for use in Excel or other statistical software.
Data on U.S. federal contract spending and assistance to states. Includes breakdowns by congressional districts, contractors, types of assistance, etc.
Detailed data from individual and business tax filings. From the Statistics of Income Division of the IRS.
Recent data on various types of insurance. From the Insurance Information Institute.
From UCLA's Academic Technology Services, resources to help you learn and use STATA, SPSS, and SAS statistical software packages. The Learning Modules are especially handy for figuring out the correct programing syntax to use. Searchable.
Extensive macroeconomic time series data for OECD countries and non-OECD zones. Includes historical statistics as well as projections extending two years beyond the current date.
Statistics and information on the worldwide supply of, demand for, and flow of minerals and materials essential to the U.S. economy. Includes some pricing information.
State and industry-level data on U.S. affiliates of foreign-owned companies. Published every five years.