Introduction to Global Economy
This way our world looked in 1 AD:
This way Europe looked in 1300:
Let's see, a half of population lives in a small terrotory now:
Is it important for world economy and international economic relations? Our course is about all this trends. Let's see curency situation.
Global growth for 2016 is projected at 2.4 percent, 0.5 percentage point below the January forecast, and unchanged from a disappointing 2015. Going forward, global growth is projected to pick up modestly, reaching 3.0 percent by 2018.
World Bank. Information and statistics about specified topics of almost all countries. It gives acces to the world development indicators www.worldbank.org
World Trade Organization. Website of the World Trade Organization (WTO) which provides information, statistics, research and publications about the member countries. www.wto.org
International Trade Centre. Website of the International Trade Centre (intracen) where trade indicators of specific countries can be found. www.intracen.org
Dutch central bank. Monetary and financial statistics and publications provided by the Dutch central bank. www.dnb.nl
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Website of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) which gives easy access to economic publications and statistics of the OECD members. www.oecd.org
United Nations. Social as well as economic statistics provided by the United Nations. http://unstats.un.org
Asian Development Bank. provides information and statistics about social and economic issues in Asian countries. Offered by the Asian Development Bank. www.adb.org
European statistics agency. Website of the European statistics agency, offers data on economic and social essues. http://europa.eu.int/comm/eurostat
Harvard university. Data offered by Harvard university concerning international development. www.cid.harvard.edu/cidglobal/economic.ht