Questions tagged [economy]

For questions about data related to the state of a country or region in terms of the production and consumption of goods and services and the supply of money.

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Socioeconomic free geodata?

Where can I find free socioeconomic geodata to download for Germany? Any helpful websites tat provide data in shp or tif format?
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Poverty estimates from Census API

I am trying to complete a project for a local nonprofit I work with. I am trying to use the Census API to pull in certain estimates in each of the counties they work in. I am trying to pull in poverty ...
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How do I programmatically and reliably determine how much a sum of money was in some other currency at a given date without paying money?

I've long searched for this, but only find entities that want me to pay them money. I don't have money. I can't pay money. This is for my personal, non-commercial use. I can't afford to pay for every ...
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Table of imports and exports by value from country to country

I am looking for a list that lists for each world country, the total amount of imports and exports to and from that country, in some currency, as well as a table that has in its x,y position the entry ...
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Real estate investment and growth data sources

I am searching for public sources of real estate / property investment activity / levels from which to find trending data for countries. I've looked through the World Bank data catalogue and found ...
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Geospatial Canadian Socioeconomic Data

I've been working with Canadian statistics data and performing geovisualizations of this data joined to census boundary shapefiles. Most of the data I've been able to join has been at the level of: ...
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Government survey that includes detailed job titles

I'm looking for a U.S. government data source that provides detailed or "raw" job titles alongside the usual standardized occupations (e.g. Census, SOC, or O*NET occupation codes). Here's the catch: ...