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Statistical Sources

The databases listed here have statistics. For research on statistics see the Statistics list.

Top Databases

Additional Databases (alphabetical)

  • ACRLMetrics *additional login required*

    Create reports from statistics gathered by the Association of College and Research Libraries and the National Center for Education Statistics' academic libraries survey.  Username and login password is available to USC faculty, students, and staff in the Ejournals [TDNet] listing.

  • IMF Statistics

    Statistical database from the International Monetary Fund. The 4 datasets include:

    • International Financial Statistics (IFS)—all aspects of international and domestic finance beginning in 1948
    • Balance of Payment Statistics (BOPS)—  international economic transactions data and International Investment Position, with history to 1960
    • Direction of Trade Statistics (DOTS)—value of exports and imports between countries and their trading partners, with history to 1980
    • Government Finance Statistics (GFS)—budgetary and extra-budgetary financial operations data of governments, with history to 1990
  • Journal Citation Reports (JCR)

    Presents quantifiable statistical data on the impact and influence of leading journals in the Sciences and the Social Sciences.

  • OECD iLibrary [Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development] 1997-2013

    The online library of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. We have access to content from 1997-2013 only unless current title is open access.  Best known for its publications and its statistics, the OECD’s work covers economic and social issues from macroeconomics, to trade, education, development, science and innovation.

  • World Bank Data - World Development Indicators Online

    World Bank Group now provides free, open, and easy access to its comprehensive set of data on living standards around the globe—some 2,000 indicators, including hundreds that go back 50 years— through its new data portal.

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