OECD

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is currently comprised of 34 member countries. The OECD is a prime source of comparative statistics on its member countries and major non-member countries. EconData has an agreement with the OECD to provide three of its most important comparative databases in dX format.

Main Economic Indicators

The OECD's monthly Main Economic Indicators publication is an important source of comparable key economic statistics for the OECD countries and a number of non-member countries. The Main Economic Indicators database contains the full time span of historical data for all time series in the publication together with a large number of unpublished series.

Economic Outlook

The semi-annual OECD Economic Outlook publication contains historical data and projections by the OECD Economics Department for the next two to two and a half years for a large number of key economic variables in the OECD countries and other regions of the world. The Economic Outlook database contains the full time span of historical and projected data for all time series in the publication together with a large number of unpublished series.

Quarterly National Accounts

The OECD's Quarterly National Accounts publication is an important source of comparable national account statistics for the OECD countries. The composition of GDP from the expenditure, production, and income sides is shown as well as the financing and composition of capital formation. The Quarterly National Accounts database contains the full time span of historical data for all time series in the publication together with a large number of unpublished series.