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Are there any non-paywalled reputable economics journals?

I wanted to add two more journals focused on game theory, market, and institutional design : http://www.mdpi.com/journal/games http://www.mechanism-design.org These are new journal (the second is ...
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Where can I find information on relationships between different commodities?

Quick answer, as I'm on my phone, but product by product input output tables can be obtained from Eurostat for EU countries, and are probably your best bet. Individual countries may have more detail ...
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Download original spreadsheet from Reinhart-Rogoff "Growth in a Time of Debt"

I know this was a while ago now but here is the excel file. UPDATE: As somebody highlighted this is not the original 2010 file, but it does include the key raw data and some helpful instructions. ...
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What is the average percent of value an employee makes which he gets on salary (called)?

You are most likely looking for labor or wage share defined as the ratio of labor costs to nominal GDP. It basically expresses how much share of nominal GDP gets captured by labor. You can find the ...
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Typical Farming Economics Resource

I don't have many books to share but there is the website on Farm economy data from the USDA. Farm Labor USDA Economic Research Service (ERS) https://www.ers.usda.gov/topics/farm-economy/farm-labor/ ...
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Free Data Source for Credit Spreads?

Yes, there's daily data available on the St. Louis Fed's FRED.
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What are some helpful online tools (databases, etc..) for economic analysts?

St. Louis Fed: https://fred.stlouisfed.org/ Has very good US data. I am not aware of a database that systematically aggregates city-level data. I recommend state government sites and, for larger ...
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Data Set for Mankiw, Romer, and Weil 1992

Have you seen the GitHub Project Replicating Mankiw, Romer and Weil 1992? It seems to have both the data and a replication of the original results. For the curious, the paper is A Contribution to ...
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How can I find which country offers the best income to expense ratio?

I think "Jones, C. I., & Klenow, P. J. (2016). Beyond GDP? Welfare across countries and time. American Economic Review." is the paper you are looking for. In particular the following ...
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Are there any major commodity markets with a public order book?

Major trading exchanges have order books that anyone can see, if they're willing to pay for the service. So in that sense, they are available to the public. For example, anyone can subscribe via a ...
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Are there any non-paywalled reputable economics journals?

Part of this question is "What is a a reputable economics journal?" There are several rankings. RePEc was mentioned above. Since this is based on citations and the RePEc database, especially when it ...
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Are there any non-paywalled reputable economics journals?

Ivo Welch at UCLA started the Critical Finance Review (CFR). (I post this maintaining that finance is a subset of economics.) From the website, The CFR publishes leading academic research in all ...
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Which data on GDP to use?

The answer depends on whether you want accuracy with respect to original (national) sources, more comparability, and how much time you want to spend compiling data. If you want to focus on a very few ...
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What does the distribution of the savings rate in America look like?

How much do people save? Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households in 2014, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, p. 22
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Source of commodity production statistics?

I work for Quandl and on our site I can recommend two free historical databases that you may want to check out: The United Nations Industrial Commodities Database, I believe, shows production ...
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What are some good repositories for economic data

The American Economic Association has a list of resources for Economists, including a page for data, there you find links to many institutions that offer all kinds of data, as well as further journals ...
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Surveys which capture income of individuals and other details

You can find education, age, field of work (industry or occupation) in any National Labor Survey. If you are particularly interested in family composition of individuals, you could be interested by ...
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GDP per industry and per region in Europe

Eurostat is the way to go. Website: http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat (advised that you start from here to get where you want to be because then you see what is actually available) GDP specifically (I ...
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Free source of large amounts of financial data

I assume that you are looking for macro financial data across countries. So, you can check out: World Bank Open Data with a specific query on Financial Sector IMF Financial Statistics or IMF Finances....
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Where one can see the world economy sectors comparison by value?

The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) maintains a variety of databases comprising statistics of overall industrial growth, detailed data on business structure and statistics ...
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Distribution of US after-tax money income by household size

You can find this information here. They provide an overview of their results, together with a link to the data and its description. The data is also available through LIS (second item). ...
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Could the upper quintile pay the annual federal personal income tax for all other quintiles from their annual income?

Here is the latest report of the Congressional Budget Office on federal taxes by households. The main result you are looking for is this one (page 31): The "Federal Taxes" row shows that the upper ...
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Data on average/typical retail markups

I recommend the Comp-Net database. It is a firm-level data for European countries. It includes a large range of variables, including mark-ups: Check the documentation for more details. Many ...
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The link between US debt of $250 Trillion dollars and "Promise to pay" on US Dollar currency

I looked at that video only briefly. Trying to interpret what that interviewee said would be an opinion-based answer, which this site wants to avoid. I will instead try to answer the question without ...
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Where can I get national debt data?

Several international organisations provide open access to macroeconomic data such as national debt - usually the World Bank, economic development organizations such as the OECD and the African ...
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Collapse of Lehman Brothers: What did they have in their books?

We do have information on this topic. I’d recommend starting with the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission report chapter on it, and review the New York Fed article on its resolution. Detailed ...
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Is there a reference that plots different countries' debt-to-GDP ratios over (long) times?

Data for the United States 1789 - 2019. The IMF has the Historical Public Debt Database. It has data for almost every country with varying starting dates depending on country. From my brief analysis ...
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An updated version of oxfam top 1% wealth share evolution to 2021

Here is the last chart of the 2021 global wealth report of Credit Suise from which Oxfam got their data. From this, it is clear to see that there is not so much a trend for the top 1% (although the ...
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How to create/replicate Diebold's Canadian Employment Index?

Why do you think it should be the OECD data you found on FRED? 100 is a base year, not quarter (seems to be 1991 here, assuming it starts in 1962.1 because it's the average quarterly value in that ...
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Are there people taking variable loans with low interests rate?

Most regulations require banks to provide this data to the respective national competent authority (NCA). Some EURO area data can be found here. The original data, with newer values, should be found ...
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