Historical Statistics of the United States has long been the standard source for quantitative indicators of American history. This revised, updated, and expanded Millennial Edition contains five volumes and a vast number of data series – 37,339 in the new edition!
Repository of Russian historical statistics. Brings together data extracted from various published and unpublished sources in one place. Its principal focus is Russian economic and social history of the last three centuries (18th-21st).
Provides financial and economic data for more than 150 countries from the Middle Ages until today, including interest rates, exchange rates, stock market indices, commodity prices, and total returns on bonds.
To get access to GFD you have to register first. Use your ERNA e-mail address - you will get an email with your password. Researcher are advised to read the conditions carefully. You must delete the data at some stage and properly reference to GFD in your article.
This is an interactive version of a three-volume print work edited by Brian Mitchell (University of Cambridge). The IHS contains data from the Americas, Europe and Africa, Asia & Oceania. Data tables can be downloaded as ePDFs and/or Excel files.
You can either browse by country, topic or indicator, or search directly in the data catalog. There is also a Microdata Library which contains data collected through sample surveys of households, business establishments or other facilities.
Database containing data collected by the Dutch Statistical Office (Statistics Netherlands). You can either browse per theme (including Carribean Netherlands) or per region, or perform a free text keyword search. You can also compile your own tables and graphs.