Source: FT Archive:

The FT has an interactive feature explaining the latest financial mainstream media buzz-word, and tracking individual country actions.  Related articles.

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note: some FT articles require a subscription.

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From Dodd-Frank to Basel III, this graphic explains the current plans for global financial regulatory reform in advanced economies, from the US to the eurozone.

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(note: some FT items require a subscription – you can view up to 10 articles a month for free)

Numbers and products – keep clicking, the drill-down goes down quite far.

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Charts and data for 12 OECD countries.

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A collection of interactives from the FT:

Drill down maps of each region:

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Grape varieties, and production stats:

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Several interactive graphics related to the FT’s June 2010 “in depth” analysis of Africa.

Development (1980-2008):
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Government:
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Natural Resources:
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Joint effort of the Brookings Institute and the Financial Times. Click on a country to open a PDF with detailed information. Or, you can look at the summary for all countries. Related Brookings post.

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Mouse over any company to see the overlaps and connections. Related articles.

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Select a UK political party, then choose what programs cuts you would make to lower the deficit – then see the effects of those cuts. Why have we never seen one of these in the United States?

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Hmmmm. turns out there have been some attempts in the US.

From the LA Times on the California budget:
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From the Congressional Budget Office:
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Massachusetts budget calculator (from 2008, I think)

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Anyone know of better ones?


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