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Economic history -- Statistics

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Economic Policy Institute (EPI) Datazone

EPI, a think tank that focuses on economic issues, has recently created this data collection. Users can view "nine tables providing recently updated figures and statistics on the labor market, family income, prices, GDP, wages, poverty, trade, the budget deficit, and interest rates" in the Data Card, or browse a larger collection of historical labor market and income data in the Data Zone proper....
The Livingston Survey: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

The Livingston Survey site contains semi-annual survey results back to 1998, along with several historical tables and documentation.

The United Nations (UN) website contains a tremendous amount of data, and for some new users (and even those who are more experienced), it may be a bit overwhelming. Recently, the UN created this fine website designed to assist those who might need a bit of assistance with this whole process. On the UN Data site, visitors can simply type in their search terms, look over a list of popular searches,...