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This guide provides information to resources you can access for International Affairs courses.
Don't let the name fool you, It does not monitor Europe. Basically it is a global business database, but hey! The business of government is business, at least according to Calvin Coolidge. Provides demographic data on countries and consumers in 205 nations. Access restricted to students, faculty, and staff of Rollins College.
The Policy Agendas Project is an ambitious attempt to provide truly comparable measures of policy changes in the United States since the Second World War. Systematic policy comparisons have eluded students of public policy change because of the absence of a valid and reliable set of categories of policy activity. Economists devised the National Income Accounts to be able to track the state of the economy reliably; in an analogous manner, the Policy Agendas Project tracks policy changes in the Un
Statistical data from the United Nations. Coverage includes areas such as gender, health, human development, trade, tourism, information communications technology, energy, education, and crime. Data is available by country as well as topic.
Welcome To The Complete World Development Report Online. Here you will find every page of every World Development Report published by the World Bank since the first report was released in 1978. Use the following tools to quickly and easily search content across, within, and related to WDRs: Browse by Title - find any report by its title and year. Browse by Topic - find reports pertaining to a specific development topic, ranging from agriculture, education, and the environment to infrastructure, trade and poverty reduction. World Bank Data - access a variety of World Bank datasets, including the World Development Indicators, via data.worldbank.org Regions - refer to this guide for an overview of how the World Bank categorizes countries by region and income group Related Content - access World Development Report background papers going back to 2005. Searching - use a simple Search to carry out a full-text search across all reports; use the Advanced Search option t
Statistics collected by the Census Department: American Community Survey American Housing Survey Annual Surveys of Governments Census of Governments Annual Economic Surveys Decennial Census Economic Census Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Tabulation Population Estimates Program Puerto Rico Community Survey
The Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP) is a leader in the development, implementation, and analysis of public opinion surveys. Founded by Dr. Mitchell Seligson over two decades ago, its principal focus is on citizens and democracy in Latin America.