Some useful links and other stuff
- The Groningen Growth and Development Centre: Data on economic growth, productivity and development such as the Penn World Table.
- FRED Economic Data: Tons of time series provided by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
- UN Comtrade: Trade data, very disaggregate by products/countries.
- ILO Stat: Labor data, employment and earnings, etc
- IMF Data: The IMF data. Tons about debt, currencies, commodities. Useful for international/macro.
- World Bank: Covers some development topics: health, education, etc.
- OECD Data: The OECD data. Lots of cross country data about a variety of topics.
- IPUMS: Tons of harmonized microdata of different countries + many other US data sets.
- Eurostat: Lots of micro data from European countries, in many you have to apply access but there are some of public ones too.
- LIS: Harmonized income and wealth database from different countries.
- PSID, NLSY, SIPP: US household panel data.
- World Inequality Database: The “Piketty Data”, tons of cross-country data on inequality.
- IPEA Data: Brazilian aggregate data and indicators.
- IBGE and Data Zoom: Brazilian statistical agency and useful source for Brazilian microdata.
- Our World in Data: Interactive webpage with data from many topics, mostly cross-country and over time.
- QuantEcon: Lectures in computational economics on Python and Julia.
- IntroToJulia: A deep introduction to Julia for Data Science and Scientific Computing by the UC Irvine Data Science Initiative.
- CodersCorners: Tons of tips from the Oxford PhD students’ (mostly Stata).
- PEP 8 - Style Guide for Python Code: Good code practices for Python.
- Julia Programming for Operations Research: Soft introduction to Julia and some numerical methods.