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This Guide has been created to support the 2015 program “Strengthening Research Capacity to Enhance Democracy, Decentralised Governance and Development” for officials of Indonesian Ministry of Home Affairs.
The International Review of Financial Analysis (IRFA) is a non-affiliated refereed journal whose primary goal is to provide an outlet for high quality Financial Research. The journal is open to a diversity of Financial Research topics and will be unbiased in the selection process. The focus of IRFA is not limited to U.S. centric topics but, as its title implies, is open to value added research output from around the world. Source: IRFA website
The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) - the primary source for cross-nationally comparable statistics on education, science and technology, culture, and communication for more than 200 countries and territories. Source: UIS website
The Government Finance Statistics (GFS) portal on the IMF eLibrary provides GFS data in the Government Finance Statistics Manual 2014 Framework. You can access GFS data by country and indicator. You can download data with customized queries. Source: IMF GFS Data website.
Demographic information from over 250 Australia and New Zealand local government areas and suburbs that include community profiles, population forecasts, economic profiles, local industry information, case studies and national indicators.
.id delivers online economic profiles to councils across Australia. The sites bring together economic data from multiple sources to tell the story of a local economy and how it is changing. This information is designed to be used by council staff, local businesses, investors, community groups, students and the general public. Source: .id website
Contains a wide range of demographic, economic and social statistical data relating to the State of Queensland. Information in this site has been obtained from various tables, briefs, reports and publications produced by the Office of Economic and Statistical Research, Queensland Treasury.
Full text and index database provides information on qualitative and quantitative research methods. More focus on methodology rather than discipline. Includes books, journal articles and reference content. Also online access to:
Little Green Books for quantitative research methods.
Little Blue Books for qualitative research methods.
Collection of multidisciplinary full text and abstract databases including peer reviewed journals, eBooks, conference papers, dissertations and theses, encyclopaedias, government and official publications, magazines, newspapers, trade journals, reports, wire feeds and standards. Individual specialist databases may be selected for searching.
Search tool for full text and citations of scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories and universities. To get full-text articles, set your Google Scholar preferences.