Comprehensive, web-based data platform that allows access to a wide variety of historical financial, economic, and marketing data sources.
UCLA Anderson does not subscribe to all WRDS databases. The WRDS component databases that are currently licensed by the Anderson School may be viewed, after logging in, beneath the "Current Subscriptions" link.
Accessible via the WRDS platform. Requires an individual WRDS registered account and an authorized UCLA network account.
Individual UCLA WRDS accounts, which allow SSH access, are provided at the discretion of the UCLA WRDS Representative, and qualifications may exist. Alumni members of the community, undergraduate students, research colleagues outside the university, as well as others not actively employed or registered with UCLA do not qualify.
Current UCLA faculty, PhDs, and Master's students may request a WRDS account, for which access is by a login ID and password. Submit an online WRDS Account Request and select "Register for a WRDS Account." WRDS complete documentation is available online to account holders.
Important Note: Master's accounts with WRDS are deactivated throughout the summer (in 2014: June 14, 2014 through Labor Day, Sept. 1, 2014) per WRDS policy, and new Master's account requests are not filled during this time.
WRDS Day Pass Access - Requires the currently-enrolled / employed UCLA user to enter his / her ucla.edu e-mail address. WRDS will send an e-mail to your UCLA address with the information required for sign in. No permanent disk storage space is available when connecting without an account. Operational during the academic year only.
Electronic resources, or databases, are covered by licenses limiting access to academic use by UCLA faculty, staff, and current UCLA students, with some limited to Anderson School use only. Please also read the UCLA Library policy on Appropriate Use of Licensed Electronic Resources. Violations of the University's contractual agreements with electronic resources vendors can and do result in the suspension of access to those resources for the entire UCLA community.