Further Data Sources

A.   US Census Website   http://www.census.gov/

a.    Percent of those living in St. Louis metropolitan area age 25 to 29 in 2010.  Do this for St. Louis city also.

b.    Number of people under poverty level living in zip code 90032 in year 2010.

c.    Percent growth in Latino population in LA County from 2010 to 2015.

d.    Number of people living in LA County in 2010 who were born in Venezuela.

e.    Compare the proportion of workers who commute using public transportation in New York City and Los Angeles in 2010.


B.    Bureau of Labor Statistics   http://stats.bls.gov/data/

a.    Monthly unemployment Rate for each state for last 10 years

       (Unemployment, Local Area Unemployment Statistics)

b.    Get index of consumer prices across metropolitan areas


C.    Penn Tables   http://cid.econ.ucdavis.edu/pwt.html


D.   Federal Reserve Bank (St. Louis Fed)    http://www.stlouisfed.org/

a.    Money Supply (M2) statistics for last 20 years

(Research & Data, FRED Economic data, Category, Money Banking and Finance, Monetary Data, M2 and Components)

b.    Quarterly Current Account Balance

(Research & Data, FRED Economic data, Category, National Accounts, US Trade and International Transactions, Balance on Current Account)

c.    Daily Exchange Rates for selected countries


E.    Statistics Databases in CSULA Library


F.    Databases to Academic Articles in Economics in CSULA Library


G.   Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)

a.    Yearly exports to Japan the past ten years

(Interactive Data, International Transactions, Begin Using the Data, International Transactions, U.S. International Transactions, Expanded Detail by Area and Country, Japan, modify)

b.           Personal Income by State from 1970 to 2000

(Interactive Data, GDP and Personal Income [regional data], Begin Using the Data, Annual State Personal Income and Employment, Personal Income and Employment by Major Component)