Key national statistical areas include:
Browse topic areas including Economy, Industry, People, Health, Labour and Environment.
The ABS also provides a suite of Services to Small Business.
The Understanding Statistics- Information for Government, Business, Media and Education- Universities page provides information, products and resources of specific relevance to university students, lecturers and academics.
Search for geographic regions and demographic information using the Census tab on the homepage.
This 2017 OECD Economic Survey of Australia examines recent economic developments, policies and prospects.
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Other Australian Government Statistics
For a comprehensive list of international statistical agencies see the the United States Department of Labor webpage: Statistical Sites on the World Wide Web
The OECD iLibrary Economic indicators - comparative statistics of recent international economic developments for the 35 OECD countries.
Sloan Management Review (MIT Sloan)
Australian Stock Exchange
Annual reports of listed Australian companies in acrobat pdf format from 2002 onwards.
Information on companies listed or previously listed on ASX, NSX, BSX, and NZX.
Annual reports for companies listed in the USA. Freely available site.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) website Industry @ a Glance page provides access to key statistics about a range of Australian industry related topics.
From January 1st 2015, the IMF online statistics databases are free via the IMF eLibrary Data online portal. The databases are International Financial Statistics, Balance of Payments Statistics, Government Finance Statistics and the Direction of Trade Statistics. Bond does not subscribe to other IMF data.
Commodity prices data in Market Monitor
Use the ABS to find demographic data, such as:
Go to the International Statistical Agencies to find available statistics for other countries.
Open access (OA) is the name for free, digital, full-text scientific and academic material made available online. As defined by Creative Commons, open access papers are “digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions.”
Unpaywall, a non-profit project by Impactstory aims to make scholarly material more accessible by gathering open access content from over 50,000 journals and legal open access repositories, including those run by universities, governments, and scholarly societies.
There are a number of online tools that can help you source OA papers, and below are just a few.
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