Massachusetts is an active state in entrepreneurship and innovation, and is a leader in the global business arena. Find out more at these links below:
MassEconomy.org provides policy makers, the media, and the public with authoritative, objective, and politically neutral performance information, analyses and assessments of recent economic stimulus programs enacted in Massachusetts and of the Massachusetts economy in general. The site is produced by the Massachusetts Economic Assessment and Analysis Project (MEAAP) which is a joint initiative of the University of Massachusetts Boston and the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
MassStats offers a one-stop resource for seeing a wide variety of public data. The data were collected from a variety of sources, and have been categorized to make it easy to find statistical information. The statistical maps on MassStats are completely interactive.
The Federal Reserve Bank’s research department economists provide current economic analysis and policy advice to Federal Reserve decision makers. They also conduct innovative research on a wide range of economic, financial, and behavioral topics that aims to improve our understanding of the U.S. and global economies and to encourage better policy outcomes.
NEEP is a member-supported, non-profit organization dedicated to providing objective economic analyses and forecasts. Historical data is available for download.
The website offers national, international, and regional-level data, including gross product by industry, gross state product, state/local-area personal incomes, per capita personal income, local area wages, and economic projections. This site also provides access to the Survey of Current Business whose statistics track how business feels about current economic conditions.
The Conference Board has created and disseminated knowledge to help businesses strengthen their performance by tracking economic indicators. It publishes information and analysis, makes economics-based forecasts and assesses trends, and facilitates learning by creating dynamic communities of interest that bring together senior executives from around the world.
Moody’s provides a vast collection of economic statistics and resources. Features include local-area economic profile, articles, forecasts, dictionaries, calculators, and calendars of economic data releases. To view data a subscription must be purchased.
EconData.Net is designed to help practitioners, researcher, students, and other data users to quickly gain access to relevant stated and regional socioeconomic data. The site is a comprehensive first stop for anyone searching among public and private data sources.
The most comprehensive source for detailed demographic and socioeconomic data for the US individual stats, counties and municipalities.