January 06, 2004

Convenient Source of Economic Growth Estimates

Kurt Schuler writes:

You should put up a link to the Penn World Tables on the Online Resources page of your Web site. You can find the tables at at the University of Pennsylvania:

http://pwt.econ.upenn.edu/

or at the University of Toronto, which I sometimes use because its site has an easy format for downloading individual series:

http://datacentre2.chass.utoronto.ca/pwt/

...the Penn World Tables are the best free dataset I know for fairly long-term international comparisons.

Yours truly,

Kurt Schuler

He is, of course, completely correct.

Posted by DeLong at January 6, 2004 03:05 PM | TrackBack

Comments

I'd like to propose another link to upenn; one of Wharton School:

http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/

very good coverage of business and economic issues under fourteen different titles -- I think I have already given links on this blog to two reports on that web site, one on "university sell-out" and another one on "corporate scandals". I think registration is required to see full articles but it is extremely straight and simple as I recall and definitely worth much more than whatever little trouble registering.

Posted by: bulent on January 6, 2004 03:45 PM

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I've put these, plus some other sitres I've found useful, on my blog at:

http://www.cabalamat.org/weblog/art_174.html

Posted by: Phil Hunt on January 9, 2004 04:54 PM

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I've put these, plus some other sitres I've found useful, on my blog at:

http://www.cabalamat.org/weblog/art_174.html

Posted by: Phil Hunt on January 9, 2004 04:59 PM

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I've put these, plus some other sitres I've found useful, on my blog at:

http://www.cabalamat.org/weblog/art_174.html

Posted by: Phil Hunt on January 9, 2004 05:04 PM

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