Counter visits from more than 160  countries and 1400 universities (details)

The political economy of development
This academic site promotes excellence in teaching and researching economics and development, and the advancing of describing, understanding, explaining and theorizing.
About us- Castellano- Français - Dedication
Home- Themes- Reports- Statistics/Search- Lecture notes/News- People's Century- Puro Chile- Mapuche


   
Statistics for The Róbinson Rojas Archive---------- Ethics, Development and Economics
From www.powweb.com: monthly statistics for www.rrojasdatabank.info

Summary by Month - From June 2009 onward           Go to daily statistics

Month Daily Avg Monthly Totals
Hits Files Pages Visits Sites KBytes Visits Pages Files Hits
Apr 2017 17133 9991 9421 2924 54565 81770770 87744 282656 299736 514009
Mar 2017 15188 10295 8752 2759 56876 71910322 85536 271321 319173 470831
Feb 2017 14285 10337 7807 2714 51418 69100263 76000 218608 289463 399989
Jan 2017 14618 11440 7507 2571 50915 100450661 79710 232743 354656 453186
Dec 2016 13225 10088 7064 2880 45523 77523098 89310 218985 312734 410001
Nov 2016132381030364662985471138349140889567193990309109397146
Oct 2016132591049666232792429558761744986577205343325404411037
Sep 2016 13564 11183 6696 2282 36853 94762180 68473 200895 335514 406949
Aug 2016 12950 10248 6515 2248 41127 94153387 69717 201967 317718 401468
Jul 2016 13012 10449 6590 1807 31097 95657150 56033 204295 323945 403387
Jun 2016 14226 10950 6254 1762 35620 104979060 52867 187633 328519 426782
May 2016 21925 16668 8434 2325 45637 191763115 72083 261473 516713 679691
Apr 2016 21991 16086 8087 2433 48313 183319513 72993 242621 482581 659750
Mar 2016 24924 18582 8272 2999 49640 218828194 92979 256458 576042 772668
Feb 2016 26233 19477 9124 2905 44311 201300138 84245 264599 564834 760781
Jan 2016 22604 16425 9299 2742 41356 160415021 85006 288281 509198 700744
Dec 2015 23576 17484 8825 2991 40098 186328026 92732 273601 542010 730878
Nov 2015 25443 16661 9194 3181 52952 161998415 95447 275834 499847 763313
Oct 2015 20522 13411 8087 3697 48234 125902593 114624 250708 415757 636205
Sep 2015 15693 9397 6044 1880 44002 80218856 56407 181321 281920 470809
Aug 2015 16672 11048 6923 1745 38150 101997168 54109 214618 342511 516852
Jul 2015 15532 10659 6681 1568 34964 99252762 48627 207122 330437 481513
Jun 2015 15771 10263 6045 2107 41712 102885363 63238 181350 307918 473137
May 2015 16877 10522 6461 2099 46264 100217376 65084 200298 326192 523194
Apr 2015 19292 12119 7028 2795 45780 118477962 83877 210854 363572 578770
Mar 2015 18670 11343 6713 2472 47564 121242726 76635 208123 351659 578795
Feb 2015 16784 9634 5882 2223 42797 84126075 62256 164703 269777 469971
Jan 2015 17001 9017 5487 2134 46880 89037502 66163 170116 279553 527036
Dec 2014 14215 8199 4089 1616 42177 91202330 50107 126771 254172 440683
Nov 2014 16547 8130 4193 1744 49577 90810921 52331 125807 243928 496410
Oct 2014 20123 9613 4943 1776 53991 88973674 55056 153257 298019 623835
Sep 2014 24233 18424 4104 1874 37319 198606901 56241 123133 552727 727015
Aug 2014 21856 16892 3820 1742 31648 185553295 54025 118442 523681 677549
Jul 2014 11430 6686 4119 1817 29092 63095854 56337 127711 207266 354334
Jun 2014 12912 7479 4027 1610 30714 69650441 48306 120820 224377 387374
May 2014 158917243 38101610 4548272979952 49935118134 224545492638
Apr 2014 161556327 34731310 4723365286608 39314104203 189826484672
Mar 2014 171116772 31231356 50143238775329 4205796816 209940530441
Feb 2014 141986145 32681201 3979053108679 3365291510 172079397548
Jan 2014 12189 5198 3042 1189 36348 50479126 36869 94312 161142 377882
Dec 2013 13372 6531 4053 1506 38804 68348110 46711 125650 202464 414551
Nov 2013 14884 6782 3944 1648 49449 73887680 49458 118338 203483 446549
Oct 2013 14564 7270 4434 1697 45933 68353458 52635 137458 225394 451500
Sep 2013 12304 6454 3844 1662 43360 57618408 49876 115340 193632369128
Aug 2013 100656047 40611455 2820845495565 45126125897 187460312033
Jul 2013 91265814 42881409 2029437128743 43705132958 180255282924
Jun 2013 78615424 38821417 1738734538523 42518116469 162735235832
May 2013 89785901 40291284 1890541165361 39831124925 182946278339
Apr 2013 104606049 43031271 2340244230363 38133129095 181488313817
Mar 2013 95484989 35791237 2357741325620 38364110973 154684295992
Feb 2013 106345842 43001351 2035443469895 37841120423 163577297761
Jan 2013 82794606 34631260 1874737584173 39068107356 142810256653
Dec 2012 101215550 39781614 2166942641549 50053123343 172051313752
Nov 2012 147728904 78993033 2655949747132 91013236993 267135443187
Oct 2012 155159571 77703173 2672250522451 98385240882 296724480974
Sep 2012 94855657 44652223 2158534958420 66692133977 169727284552
Jan 2012 7436 3888 2397 1034 22266 31214632 32058 74319 120529 230521
Dec 2011 11351 3943 6282 1029 21889 31200084 31915 194761 122241 351899
Nov 2011 9748 4325 2619 1138 30663 33948092 34159 78597 129774 292441
Oct 2011 8247 4435 2319 1003 28252 32686780 31103 71903 137488 255684
Sep 2011 7238 3601 2198 835 23436 29561572 25072 65948 108030 217156
Aug 2011 7154 3708 2350 860 20951 28951845 26660 72877 114969 221787
Jul 2011 6935 3712 2409 944 19085 27105793 29264 74686 115091 215005
Jun 2011 7831 4304 3020 1045 21430 27245637 31361 90607 129141 234930
May 2011 7764 3764 2347 1086 25723 30201406 33688 72780 116697 240712
Apr 2011 7803 3997 2828 1088 22772 25036466 32651 84851 119929 234101
Mar 2011 7968 3929 2698 1139 24576 28399180 35338 83646 121819 247026
Feb 2011 10565 3536 2641 1108 20772 23162990 31044 73965 99024 295826
Jan 2011 7909 3472 2651 1113 20181 22600346 34521 82197 107647 245192
Dec 2010 7827 3216 2484 1098 19194 24423033 34052 77018 99719 242651
Nov 2010 10039 4258 2611 1306 25905 31450794 39192 78356 127740 301179
Oct 2010 8325 4087 2848 1296 28675 31143649 40181 88314 126699 258100
Sep 2010 8067 4545 3227 1253 25481 27736695 37593 96811 136365 242016
Aug 2010 7052 3816 2825 1279 21630 24703703 39664 87577 118298 218634
Jul 2010 6541 3385 2887 1304 19672 21151936 40452 89522 104936 202790
Jun 2010 7081 3377 2662 1297 26325 22747323 38928 79876 101334 212451
May 2010 8465 3714 3356 1539 32242 24498153 47738 104051 115134 262442
Apr 2010 8090 4006 3112 1497 27915 23585684 44922 93385 120208 242708
Mar 2010 10388 4141 3373 1322 23452 22628072 40987 104580 128373 322038
Feb 2010 9462 3813 3299 1307 21043 19859622 36603 92387 106774 264938
Jan 2010 12826 3588 3878 1284 19742 22027354 39805 120219 111237 397621
Dec 2009 16869 4225 3847 1346 18777 30357840 41748 119274 130996 522941
Nov 2009 10799 3943 3091 1459 25562 22643988 43779 92740 118305 323992
Oct 2009 7428 3403 3329 1572 24456 18665509 48753 103202 105512 230282
Sep 2009 6234 3161 2926 1416 20957 15632752 42504 87805 94841 187036
Aug 2009 8956 3115 2445 1185 18209 13337832 36738 75798 96585 277645
Jul 2009 7222 3557 2996 1078 16857 15321964 33421 92877 110296 223906
Jun 2009 7938 4003 3421 1114 20452 15036659 33439 102649 120093 238141

           

Question/Problem
Getting Started: What do the usage/visitor statistics track and report?

Answer/Solution
PowWeb's Visitor Statistics tool tracks the following information about visitor activity (usage) on your site: files, hits, kbytes, pages, referrers, response codes, unique search strings, sites, unique URLs, unique user agents, usernames and visits.


  • Files: The number of files that have been requested (downloaded) from your site during the report period.

    Websites contain a collection of computer files, which are sent by a remote computer (Web server) to the client (Web browser) as the client requests them. Files (the outgoing response to a request) include all viable Web file formats, such as HTML files (.html), graphics files (.gif, .jpg or .png), Adobe Acrobat files (.pdf), Macromedia Flash files (.swf), Microsoft Word files (.doc) ASP files (.asp), etc.

    The relationship between hits and files can be thought of as incoming requests and outgoing responses.

  • Hits: The total number of requests that were made to the site during the report period.

    Any request made to the Web server is logged as a hit. The request can be for files, such as an HTML page, graphic image, audio file or CGI script, or for queries made by search engine spiders.

  • KBytes: The amount of data in kilobytes (KB) sent out by the server during the report period.

    Though not exact, this figure is a fairly accurate representation of the amount of outgoing traffic the server had.

    Note: 1 KB = 1,024 bytes, not 1,000 bytes.

  • Pages (Also called Page Views): The number of pages viewed during the report period.

    Hypertext mark-up files (.html or .htm) and files that generate HTML documents (for example, .asp .cgi). are considered pages, with the definition of a page varying by server. PowWeb's servers define as a page any file with one of the following extensions:

    • .htm*
    • .cgi
    • .chtml
    • .shtml
    • .phtml
    • .php*
    • .pl
    • .py
      ( * represents any character)

    Some people consider the pages total to be the number of pure hits. In other words, it is a truer indication of the traffic your site receives.

  • Referrers: The record of the URLs from which a request was made during the report period.

    Example: A user follows a link on www.websiteA.com to your site. The URL of the linking page (www.websiteA.com) is the referring URL or referrer.

  • Response Codes

  • Search Strings: The record of all unique search strings obtained from the end of the referrer URLs during the report period.

    Search strings are the words entered by users into a search engine or directory to locate information.

  • Sites: The record of all unique IP addresses that made requests to the Website during the report period.

    The Internet is a network of computers that can share files with one another via a common protocol. Each computer on the network has a unique IP (Internet Protocol) address, which identifies that computer and differentiates it from other computers on the network. Each request made to the server comes from a unique IP address or site.

    Note: The number of sites does not represent the number of individual users or individual computers accessing the Website. Due to factors, such as multiple people working on the same network, it is impossible to determine a unique visitor total using only logs and HTTP protocol. Still, this number can be used as a close approximation.

    Example: Private networks connecting to the Internet via a router use a single IP address (the router IP address) for security purposes, so one site can represent multiple users.

  • URLs: The number of unique URLs at your site accessed during the report period.

    The Uniform Resource Locator (URL) or Web address identifies the location of a file on the Internet, such as a Web page or an image on the page. The information is sent to the Web server whenever a user follows a link on a Web page or types a URL directly into the address bar of the Web browser.

  • User Agents: The record of the unique programs and devices used to access your site.

    User agents include:
    • Web browsers, such as Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox
    • Search engine spiders, such as those from Yahoo! and Google
    • Download managers
    • Text-to-speech and similar readers


  • Usernames: The record of usernames that accessed your site during the report period.

    Log files record access by authorized users (any user with access to password-protected Web resources, such as site members or administrators).

  • Visits (Also called Sessions): An attempt to measure the number of times visitors go to a Website during the report period.

    As page requests are made to the Web server from sites, the server records the IP address and the time which elapses between requests from that IP address. If the time between requests exceeds 30 minutes, PowWeb Web servers record a new visit for that site.

    Example: Someone visits a page at your site at 1:00 p.m. and then requests another page at 3:00 p.m. The server records two visits.

    Note: Due to the limitation of the HTTP protocol and other factors, the number of visits should not be taken as absolutely accurate. Rather, it should be considered a very close estimate.
Australian Development Gateway (Sustainable development through sharing knowledge)
IDEA
(International Development Ethics Association)

Notes for lectures
Notes and papers

Global Value Chains
Integrated International
---Production

International Division of
---Production

Transnational Corporations
The Triad ( U.S.A, Japan, E.U.)


- Dependency Theory
- Planning for Development
- The Developmental State
- The Neo-liberal State
- Development Economics
- The future of development
--economics

- Foreign Direct Investment
- Factor Payments to Abroad
- The New Economy in
--development

- International Trade



Back to Global Economic Prospects for Developing Countries

--World Investment Reports
---(the complete series)

--World Investment Reports
---(selected statistics)

-- Planning for Development
UNCTAD areas of work:
Globalization and Development
Development of Africa
Least Developed Countries
Landlocked Developing Countries
Small Island Developing States
International Trade and
Commodities

Services Infrastructure
Investment, Technology and
Enterprise Development


The following databases on-line are available:
Commodity Price Statistics
Foreign Direct Investment
Handbook of Statistics
ICT Statistics
Millennium Indicators
TRAINS

Digital Library:
-- News
-- Main publications
-- UNCTAD Series
-- Basic documents
-- Issues in Brief
-- Newsletters
-- Statistical databases
-- Globalization and
----- Development Strategies

-- Economic Development in
----- Africa

-- International trade
-- Dispute Settlement - Course
----- Modules

-- Investment, Technology and
-----Enterprise Development

-- Services Infrastructure for
--- Development and Trade
----- Efficiency

-- Monographs on Port
----- Management

-- Technical Cooperation
-- Discussion papers
-- G-24 Discussion papers
-- Prebisch Lectures
-- Transnational Corporations
----- Journal

-- Publications Survey 2006-
-----2007



Search:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
World indicators on the environment

World Energy Statistics - Time Series

Economic inequality

Other related themes:
- Aid
- Bureaucracy
- Debt
- Decentralization
- Dependency theory
- Development
- Development Economics
- Economic Policies
- Employment/Unemployment
- Foreign Direct Investment
- Gender
- Human Rights
- Human Development
- Hunger
- Inequality/social exclusion
- Informal sector
- Labour Market
- Microfinance
- Migration
- Poverty
- Privatization
- PRSP
- State/Civil Society/
---Development

- Sustainable Development
- Transnational Corporations
- Urbanization

- Complete list of development themes