Recent episodes of Crash Course Statistics have examined topics including mean, median, and mode; data visualizations, and how surveys can be biased. New episodes of Crash Course Statistics are released weekly, so stay tuned. As of this writing, the series contains ten episodes. (Scout Report) [MMB]
Five databases on one platform to enhance the transparency of global trade and market access and to help users in their market analyses:
Trade Map - an international trade statistics database products for over 220 countries and territories.
Market Access Map - tariff information (customs duties) and regional and bilateral preferences arising out of bilateral and regional trade agreements. Information on protection of any geographic grouping and sectoral aggregation.
Investment Map - combines statistics on FDI, international trade, market access, and information on foreign affiliates.
Product Map - a trade information portal at sector level, providing export-oriented information for sectors of interest to developing countries.
CESifo Group, consisting of the Center for Economic Studies (CES), the Ifo Institute and the CESifo GmbH (Munich Society for the Promotion of Economic Research) - a research group unique in Europe in the area of economic research
Total Trade, Top Export and Import partners, Top Product Groups exported or imported by country or world. Trade and tariff indicators such as Country Growth, Revealed Comparative Advantage (RCA), Number of export/import partners, number of HS 6 digit product exported/imported, Weighted and Simple Average effectively applied/MFN tariff and much more. Indicators from World Development Indicators (WDI) such as Merchandise and Service Trade as percentage of GDP, GDP, GDP per capita and more.
The 28 EU member states, two EU candidate countries (Turkey and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia), the EFTA countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland), four additional key global economies (the United States, Australia, Canada and Japan) and two emerging economies (India and Russia).
The package contains nominal and real data on major time series such as outstanding consumer credit, loans for house purchase, loans to non-financial corporations and annual final consumption expenditures of households. Data are presented in euro and in national currency. In addition, ratios of household indebtedness are calculated and illustrated by graphs. It also includes breakdowns of the various credit statistics by maturity and currency.
World Development Indicators
Global Development Finance
Africa Development Indicators
Global Economic Monitor
Health Nutrition and Population Statistics
Millennium Development Indicators
Actionable Governance Indicators
International Comparison Program
Joint External Debt Hub
Logistics Performance Index (LPI)
Quarterly External Debt Statistics