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The American Economic Association is a nonprofit, non-partisan organization dedicated to the discussion and publication of economics research. Search this database for articles from the AEA’s core journals on microeconomics, macroeconomics, applied economics, and more.
The American Economic Association is a nonprofit, non-partisan organization dedicated to the discussion and publication of economics research. Search this database for articles from the AEA’s core journals and proceedings, including:
- AEA Papers and Proceedings - American Economic Association Package - American Economic Journal: Applied Economics - American Economic Journal: Economic Policy - American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics - American Economic Journal: Microeconomics - American Economic Review - American Economic Review: Insights - Journal of Economic Literature - Journal of Economic Perspectives
The Social Sciences Citation Index is a multidisciplinary index to the journal literature of the social sciences. It fully indexes 2,000+ journals across 50 social sciences disciplines. It also indexes individually selected items from the world's leading scientific and technical journals.
Divided into 24 ‘quality’ criteria and four ‘impact’ criteria, our editors select the most influential journals in their respective fields (using citation activity as the primary indicator of impact) for the Social Sciences Citation Index.
ICPSR acquires, preserves, enhances, and distributes original social science research data for research and instruction. In addition, ICPSR provides resources for training in quantitative analysis methods.
NOTE: First-time users will be asked to create an ICPSR MyData account; thereafter, you will need your email address and password to download data.
Are you interested in determining the average age at which men versus women begin smoking? What if you need to know whether age at marriage differs between your region of the country and other regions, or about differences in political attitudes based on age, gender, education, race, or ethnicity? These and many other questions can be answered by studies in the ICPSR data holdings. Note that ICPSR does not provide publications, reports, or ready-made statistics. What ICPSR does supply are the numeric raw data used to create publications, reports, and figures.
ICPSR, established in 1962, provides access to a large archive of social science data for research and instruction and offers training in quantitative methods. To ensure that data are available to future generations of scholars, ICPSR preserves data, migrating them to new storage media as changes in technology warrant. ICPSR also provides user support to assist researchers in identifying relevant data for analysis to conduct secondary research and write articles, papers, and theses.
In addition to the general archive, ICPSR hosts a number of special topic archives, including the Health and Medical Care Archive (HMCA), Child Care and Early Education (Research Connections), Data Preservation Alliance for the Social Sciences (Data-PASS), Data Sharing for Demographic Research (DSDR), the Resource Center for Minority Data (RCMD), the National Archive of Computerized Data on Aging (NACDA), the National Archive of Criminal Justice Data (NACJD), Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods (PHDCN), the National Addiction & HIV Data Archive Program (NAHDAP), and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Data Archive (SAMHDA). Data from all of these topical archives are available on the ICPSR website.
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