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MATH 141: Statistics for Professionals: International Statistics Sources

International Resources

International Statistics

Looking for statistics abroad? Start with the list below.

  • United Nations Statistics Division 
    An excellent source for global statistics regarding such areas as social conditions, population and demographics, economic factors, the environment, industry, trade, etc. Also features an extensive page of links to other official statistical resources, both domestic and international.
  • Human Development Reports 
    Ranks and compares countries on a wide variety of statistics; let's you build custom tables comparing a wide variety of statistics between countries.
  • CIA World Factbook 
    Lists population, government, military, and economic information for nations recognized by the United States.
  • World Development Indicators 
    Provides economic, social, demographic, and environmental data by region and country.
  • UNESCO Institute for Statistics
    The United Nation's educational, scientific, and cultural organization's list of education, literacy, science and technology, culture and communication statistics.
  • World Trade Organization (WTO)
    The organization that determines international trade provides statistics on international trade and the international community.
  • World Bank
    Comprised of five institutions, the World Bank provides statistics on international trade and economics.