Bypassing outbound egress restrictions with cntlm and Putty « Undead Security 30C3 happened in Hamburg at the end of December 2013. I’d never been before so I was looking forward to it. Having never been or known that many people that have been, I had no preconceived ideas as to what I was in for. Little did I know that I’d learn stuff, write more code than I probably should at a conference and realise that you don’t have to mission to Las Vegas to experience a great conference. The TL;DR version of this blog post is “Go to 31C3..it’ll rock your panties” Interesting talks
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Stata Code - MEDevEcon Last updated: 3rd May 2013 The usual disclaimers apply. Please see help files for examples, data links, references and acknowledgements. For a wealth of data sources for development economics (micro, macro) please refer to my data website. Empirical illustrations using some of the below routines can be found in my own research papers. For an introduction to the panel time series field see my presentation at the Stata UK User Group Meeting.
Data Sets - David Canning - Richard Saltonstall Professor of Population Sciences and Professor of Economics and International Health - Department of Global Health and Population Data Sets Social Security Database from: Bloom, David E., David Canning, Richard K. Mansfield, Michael Moore, 2007. "Demographic Change, Social Security Systems, and Savings," Journal of Monetary Economics , Vol. 54(1), pages 92-114.
Thorsten Beck is Professor of Economics and Chairman of the European Banking Center. Before joining Tilburg University and the CentER, he worked at the Development Research Group of the World Bank. His research and policy work has focused on two main questions: What is the effect of financial sector development on economic growth and poverty alleviation? What are the determinants of a sound and effective financial sector? Experts
Human Capital Inequality and Economic Growth: Some New Evidence
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ited Nations Statistics Division - Commodity Trade Statistics Database (COMTRADE)
ComtradeTools and Stata: Automating UN Comtrade data downloads « Stata Daily ComtradeTools (developed by UN) is a command line program that allows you to obtain data via UN Web Services and to convert the data into CSV format (or to an SQL server). You can use Stata’s -shell- command to run ComtradeTools. First, read the instructions here.
Andrew K Rose Recent Research Last updated: March 21, 2014 What’s New? Recent (unpublished) papers are available in reverse chronological order. What have I done recently?
developmentdata.org Central government debt data provided by each member country to the IMF. Summary report: Estimated amounts of future debt service repayments for each country starting from the 1st of the current month until the last maturity of all its loans and/or credits Detailed report: Estimated repayments at the loan/credit level for a given due date Assumptions made in estimating the data listed at the end of the reports Projected payments to IMF Monthly historical transaction Joint External Debt Database (BIS-OECD-IMF-World Bank) External debt data Selected foreign assets from international creditor and national debtor sources
Resources - MEDevEcon Webcasts of the Royal Economic Society Annual Conference 2009 can be found here. This includes keynote speeches by David Laibson and John Vickers, as well as special sessions on growth (Chang-Tai Hsieh) and factor models (Serena Ng, Richard Smith, Lucrezia Reichlin and Hashem Pesaran). The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) offers access to a lecture series given by Jeffrey Wooldridge and Guido Imbens during the 2007 Summer Institute under the title 'What's New in Econometrics?'.
The Róbinson Rojas Archive.-On planning for development: Development - Desarrollo - Developpement .- Education for Sustainability - Environment - Development Education - Distance Learning - RRojas Databank.- Information on economics, research methods, glo
United Nations Industrial Development Organization: Industrial Demand Supply Balance Database Title: United Nations Industrial Development Organization: Industrial Demand Supply Balance Database , 1981 - Abstract: The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) Demand Supply Databases contain data broken down by country, industry and year for on the following variables: domestic output (refers to the domestic output produced by the establishments covered by annual industrial surveys. It is measured as census output in most cases) imports from the world (valued at c.i.f. prices. United Nations Industrial Development Organization: INDSTAT2 at ESDS International
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