This is list of some highly cited journals in Google Scholar relating to this subject area. Additional print and electronic journals in the Library collection can be located via the Library Search Box.
This database provides access to: all ABS publications from 1998 onwards; over 2,000 spreadsheets containing economic and social time series data; data cubes in the form of multidimensional datasets in SuperTABLE format and Excel spreadsheets; free summary information including main features, release advice & Australia now, and extensive linking between related information.
Comprehensive business portal designed to help start, run and grow a business. Take a look at the Marketing, sales and online section for great marketing resources.
The University has signed agreements with the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), and the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA), which entitles our researchers to apply free of charge access to the following confidential datasets: HILDA Survey Dataset | CURFs and Tablebuilder | 45 and Up Study Data
Includes information on: NSW economic and business climate; people, skills and education; trade and investment.
The United Nations provides commodity and international trade statistics by country through such tools as the Commodity Trade Statistics Database (COMTRADE), Service Trade Statistics and monthly economic statistics are available for most of the countries and regions.
The primary World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially-recognized international sources. It presents the most current and accurate global development data available, and includes national, regional and global estimates.
ACR has a large archive of international conference proceedings and teaching resources on consumer research.
An interdisciplinary site from the University of Southern California with links to articles and presentations on consumer psychology and behaviour and other marketing issues.
The RBA website has current information about the Australian financial system, government policy and the Australian economy. See the Reserve Bank Bulletins of articles and current economic data including Indicators of Spending and Confidence.
Roy Morgan conducts independent market research and publishes data and reports on a range of issues including those relating to consumer confidence. They publish weekly and monthly Consumer Confidence ratings.