International Sources

World Bank

The World Bank is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. The bank is made up of 185 member nations.

Economic Policy Institute

This is the web portal for the Economic Policy Institute, which provides economic policy recommendations as an independent organization.

UN National Accounts

This is a United Nations database of national accounts information, including GDP, GNI, exchange rates, value of imports and exports, and value of business activity for all of the countries reporting.

U.N. COMTRADE

This site provides access to international trade statistics and national accounts information collected by the United Nations. Access to some of the information might require a login.

Laborsta

This site maintained by the International Labour Organization provides statistics on employment, unemployment, hours of work, wages, and labor costs for countries throughout the world

Key Indicators of the Labor Market

This site maintained by the International Labour Organization provides access to twenty key labor indicators for countries throughout the world.

NORMLEX

This site maintained by the International Labour Organization rpvides access to international and national labor standards.

World Trade Organization

This is the international organization dealing with the rules of trade between nations. Their primary mission is as an international legal institution.

Asian Development Bank

The Asian Development Bank focuses on fostering development in The Asian and Pacific area in order to reduce poverty.