The most important data sources on economic topics at a glance: Here you will find our recommendations on data portals, divided into the four subcategories Switzerland, International, Historical and Climate.
The data centre is the new information system for the Swiss federal budget.
Statistical data compiled by the SNB.
The individual inflation calculator allows for the comparison between the inflation for the personal household and the official inflation.
An intuitive online portal that raises interest in statistics and provides an overview of the statistics provided by the Swiss Federal Statistical Office.
Collection of economic statistics for Switzerland.
Data warehouse of the BIS containing international banking statistics.
Collection of economic statistics for Europe.
Providing empirical data of a broad variety of topics from reliable sources and intuitive tools to visualize this data.
Providing free international economic data, graphs and other data-related tools, plus quality research from St. Louis Fed economists.
Online library of the OECD featuring its books, papers and statistics.
Country data and indicators on different economic topics for countries across the world.
A real-time database with current estimates of real GDP growth for European countries.
Find, compare and share the latest OECD data: charts, maps, tables and related publications.
Explore the ongoing history of human civilization at the broadest level, through research and data visualization.
Database with information on relative levels of income, output, input and productivity covering 183 countries between 1950 and today.
Information and data on imports and exports of various countries and on international trade worldwide.
Historical and current data and indicators on many different topics for countries across the world.
Archive of the St. Louis fed with historical data on economic activity.
Historical time series on Swiss banks, the SNB, and various monetary policy indicators.
The inflation calculator allows one to compute amounts indexed with the national index and the rates of change over any period of time (June 1914 to the present).
The KNMI Climate Explorer of the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute offers various tools for studying the climate.
Climate watch provides data, visualisations and analyses that allow insights into countries' progress on climate protection.
Data, indicators and maps related to climate change for Switzerland.
Data and maps on emissions in different countries of the world.
Data on location and size of existing and new coal and gas-fired power plants, as well as renewable energies such as solar power plants or wind turbines worldwide.
The portal provides data on key indicators for monitoring climate change, such as CO2 concentration in the atmosphere, sea level rise, rising temperatures and the frequency of natural disasters.
Time series of CO2 emissions for different countries across the world.
The Climate Change Knowledge Portal provides global data on historical and future climate, vulnerabilities and impacts.