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International Historical Statistics (IHS)

URL http://www.palgraveconnect.com/pc/archives/ihs.html
Description IHS is a collection of statistical data from around the world, covering a wide range of socio-economic topics. The collection includes data on the Americas and Europe, but also hard-to-find data on Africa, Asia and Oceania. An interdisciplinary product that will prove a valuable resource to those researching and studying Business, Economics, Environmental Studies, Geography, History, Politics, Sociology and Statistical Studies. This new release updates the last print edition of International Historical Statistics, which was published in 2007 in 3 volumes. It now includes 260 years of rich data, collected between 1750-2010 and available online for the first time. Users will find the ability to conduct statistical analysis across both time and geopolitical boundaries particularly valuable. Data tables can be downloaded as ePDFs and/or Excel files.
Subjects Business, Economics, Environment, Government Publications, History, Political Science, Sociology, Statistics
Publisher Palgrave
Consortium COPPUL
Subscription Subscription
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