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The Bank of England aims to conduct leading-edge research and analysis at the intersection of monetary, macroprudential and microprudential policy.
Economics Journals Online
Economics Departments around the World
Economics Associations and Societies
Major Data Sources
UK Data Archive
Social Science Information Gateway
Social Science Data Archive (Australia)
Census Bureau (USA)
The RES Womens Committee provides other links to further economics resources here.
RePEc provides many services to the economics profession, and you can see a listing of the major ones here: http://blog.repec.org/2013/03/12/a-compendium-of-repec-services/
All these services are provided without cost to the profession by a network of several hundred volunteers.
https://ideas.repec.org/ and http://econpapers.repec.org/ offer a searchable database of about 1,900,000 research papers and articles in Economics and Finance, in most cases with complete text, and in many cases with links to references and citations. Use of this database is free, and if you are interested in having your institution's publications listed, which is also free, please follow instructions at https://ideas.repec.org/stepbystep.html. About 1800 institutions and publishers participate already in this effort.
CEMMAP: Economists and social scientists in the UK public and private sectors wanting to know how to use microeconometrics and microdata to inform policy making may be interested in currently advertised training courses from the Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice (Cemmap).
As we receive suggestions of sites with data in specific fields of Economics, we will add here links by field.
Economists and social scientists in the UK public and private sectors wanting to know how to use microeconometrics and microdata to inform policy making may be interested in currently advertised training courses from the Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice (Cemmap).
The Administrative Data Liaison Service (ADLS) is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to support administrative data based research in the UK.
UK Data Explorer includes interactive graphs of key UK economic indicators, along with notes on additional sources of data, at http://ukdataexplorer.com/headlines/
Economics Online is a digital resource for students of economics providing information and analysis on a comprehensive range of topics.
CEIC Data Company Ltd ("CEIC") are a company specializing in macroeconomic and sector data - http://www.ceicdata.com/