Thanks to a recent paper that I had to write on Greece I managed to collect a broad but very useful selection on public agencies that publish statistics related to the Greek social, economic and political environment.
Greek Data suffer usually from bias and sometimes especially for the years 2004-2007 their validity has been questioned by Eurostat. Hence a user of the statistics should be aware of potential problems that might be caused due to the non-scientific collection of the data from the various statistical bodies in Greece.
Having said that I will offer a list of the useful agencies that i have retrieved, stating the type of statistics each body publishes.
- Ministry of Finance: Financial Data on Public Debt, Budget, Public enterprises (archive from 2001)
- Greek Statistical Agency: Digitalised Data
- Greek Statistical Agency: Digital Library (Non digitalised data. Scanned Original Documents containing monthly statistical reports since 1929)
- Bank of Greece: Although the site is ugly, useful monetary data can be found
- National Library: A must for anyone interested in qualitative data (enormous newspapers archive etc)
- National Bank of Greece: An exceptional database of historical reports (budgets, statistics and newspapers from 1825 until 1940)
- Labrakis Press: Collection of financial datasets from 2000
- E-demography: Demographic data
- General Secretary of Computer Systems: Accounting and Financial datasets (since 2000)
- Diavgeia (Transparency): Reports of transactions of ministries and public institutions.
- GeoData.Gov.Gr (Open Data Protocol in Greece)
- National Printing House (Εθνικό Τυπογραφείο): Digital documents of the government's activity. Search for laws, established companies e.t.c.
- Greek Banks' Association
- National Documentation Center: PhD Theses Archive
- Public Issue: Monthly Electoral Surveys
- SEDEA: Association of Greek Market and Opinion Research Companies
- OAED: Detailed data on Unemployment and Labour Force