Edited by Bill Goffe from Penn State and published by the American Economic Association, this site lists and describes major U.S. and international economic data sources available through the Internet. Arranged by categories such as U.S. and international data, forecasts, and mailing lists. Includes Economics Search Engine, which indexes 23,000 economics web sites.
The University of Iowa Institute for Economic Research publishes a narrative summary of the Iowa and U.S. economic outlook and detailed economic indicators and forecasts. Also reports its Iowa Revenue Growth Forecast to the the Iowa Revenue Estimating Conference.
Produced by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, FRED provides U.S. and some international economic time series data in categories such as interest rates, consumer prices, and employment. "All dates are represented as daily dates for consistency and ease of use. We chose a single date format that is widely supported by various spreadsheet applications (Excel, Lotus, etc.) and statistical software packages (SAS, Eviews, Stata, RATS, etc.). "
Summarizes economic and other statistics originally reported in various government and private sources. Notes below each table indicate source of data. Serves as guide to other statistical publications. Available for the years 1878 to the present.
Provides country and international statistics on topics such as commodities, demographics, and social indicators. Also provides links to national statistical offices at http://unstats.un.org/unsd/methods/inter-natlinks/sd_natstat.asp.
Summarizes the forecasts of economists from various sectors of the economy. Maintained by Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, which describes it as the "oldest continuous survey of economists' expectations."