Software available with Madras School of Economics

MSE has the following licensed software:

  • MS Office 2003
  • Windows XP Professional
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Acrobat Standard
  • Adobe PageMaker
  • Macromedia Studio MX
  • Oracle 9i Database Server and
  • Microsoft Exchange Server

The Statistical / Econometric packages at the institute include:

  • STATA 10
  • Stat Transfer 8.0
  • EViews 7
  • SAS
  • Gauss
  • MapInfo Professional
  • Mplus

All the software are accessible to all users throughout the campus.

Databases Subscribed
The institution subscribes to several databases for use by faculty and students. The datasets are managed by Database Management Group (MSE-DBMG) and Systems Staff for up-to-date information and effective use.

MSE-DBMG is an in-house attempt to provide online secondary data support to the students, researchers and faculties. It is our belief that it would turn out as a unique platform for the in-house users to share their individual information with the MSE community. Keeping in mind the diverse nature of issues in economic research, attempt has been made to cover almost all the issues/sectors. The information provided through the common platform, goes through close scrutiny of the respective committee (for its ingenuity, source specification and legality issues attached with the sharing) before it is uploaded in the common server. Initially it has started with the in-house availability of secondary data, however we are in the process to procure and disseminate more need based data.

The following Databases (offline) are available at MSE:

  • EPW Annual Survey of India (ASI) 1973-74 to 1997-98
  • EPW National Account Statistics (NAS) 1950-51 to 2002-03
  • EPW Domestic Product of States of India 1960-61 to 2006-07
  • Census Data Circon India Datasets
  • Capitaline Database
  • Econlit – Journal Database
  • International Monetory Fund Data
  • National Sample Survey (NSS) unit record data
  • National Account Statistics – State Domestic Product
  • National Family Health Survey (NFHS) – Part 3