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Resources for students in the MBA and EMBA programs in the Hankamer School of Business.
An online, multilingual database provides access to over 3 million time-series and cross sectional data relating to food and agriculture. It also contains data for 200 countries and more than 200 primary products and inputs, just in its core.
Provides international travelers with information on: international telephone instructions, cellular (mobile) phones, electricity, and satelline connectivity while traveling abroad. Includes country profiles, cultural information, demographics, money, points of interest, transportation, maps, and photos of most of the world's countries.
International Strategic Analysis reports provide country intelligence, economic forecasting and international market analysis for over 180 countries and 8 regions. Resources include ISA Country Reports, ISA Risk Analysis and ISA Global Update newsletter along with economic forecasts and regional reports.
Contains millions of demographic, economic, and marketing statistics for countries worldwide. This resource also contains several years of historic market size data for many consumer products in multiple countries in addition to 5 year forecasts for many items. Company information includes marketshare and brandshare information. Reports and news items cover current consumer topics. Euromonitor.
Look at the top of the page for the "Tools" link. This will take users to the Reference Library page. Once on this page, select NAICS and SIC codes. Here you can browse by category, search by code or keyword or use the conversion tool to move between NAICS and SIC codes.
The Maddison Project Database provides information on comparative economic growth and income levels over the very long run. The 2020 version of this database covers 169 countries and the period up to 2018.
World Input-Output Tables and underlying data, covering 43 countries, and a model for the rest of the world for the period 2000-2014. Data for 56 sectors are classified according to the International Standard Industrial Classification revision 4 (ISIC Rev. 4).