45 Sources.

Academic Economics Departments
Department of Economics, University of Victoria Victoria, B.C., CANADA.
(Doesn't look like much at the onset until you click one of the three choices.)

Alta Plana: International Economics Gateway
International Economics Gateway at Alta Plana, a consultancy for Internet and database architecture, design, and development.

American Economics Association
The AEA was organized in 1885 at Saratoga, NY. It was incorporated in 1923 in Washington, DC as a 501C-3 organization. Approximately 22,000 economists are members and 5,500 institutes subscribe. Over 50% of the membership is associated with academic institutions, 35% with business and industry and the remainder largely with federal, state, and local government agencies.

AmosWEB: eTutor
An online economics course, with searchable encyclopedia database of terms and concepts and an economic testing system. AmosWEB means economics, with a touch of whimsy. AmosWEB: ECONOMIC GLOSS*arama


Bureau of Economic Analysis
GDP and related data from the national accounts programs of the U.S. Department of Commerce's Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Classic Economic Models
The Classic Economic Models collection includes 16 micro and macro models that run interactively from the EconModel browser interface. Students can learn to think like an economist by working with the models using EconModel, which puts active "chalkboard" diagrams on a computer screen.

CNNfn News: Economy

Free information system dedicated to commodity traders, options traders and stock investors.

CONSER Program home page (Library of Congress)
CONSER Program home page created by the Library of Congress. Includes links to information about the cooperative serials cataloging program, including general information, member institutions, committees, and reports. Access to the program newsletter, CONSERline, is also included. Links to documents on program policies and serials cataloging practice are listed. External links have been listed for access to library catalogs and online serials, as well as those for organizations and resources related to serials cataloging.

Econometric Links Econometrics Journal Home
(Loaded and up to date.)

(Resource listing from: Mansfield University North Hall Library).

Economic journals on the web
(A huge resource listing.)

Economics and Economic Statistics Research Guide, UCSB Libraries.

ECONOMICS Working Paper Archive
This award winning service (provided by the Economics Department of Washington University), is devoted to the free distribution of working papers in economics. There are 22 subject areas, along with a test posting area, a meetings area, an area for programs and an area for data. Other areas are added when demand dictates. is the premier online source for the analysis of world business and current affairs, providing authoritative insight into and opinion on international news, world politics, business, finance, science and technology, as well as overviews of cultural trends and regular industry, business and country surveys.

Economists with Web Pages
Listing of Economists' web sites. Over 500 web pages listed.

EDIRC - Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centers in the World
Central index of economics institutions (academic, governmental and non-profit) organized by country and US state.

EPN | The Economy
EPN's scope is wide, but all of our members share a common vision for a more inclusive and intelligible debate about the issues that matter. Our goal is to provide trenchant policy analysis to the general public, so that students, legislators, advocacy groups, educators, and citizens can easily keep pace with the latest research and goings-on in Washington and beyond.

Handbook of Economics Home Page
(Uh, Economics related Handbooks?)

Welcome to the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics and available on the Internet. Over 130'000 items of research can be browsed or searched, and over 46'000 can be downloaded in full text! This site delivers over one million page views a month. And this is only one service of the RePEc database, the whole of RePEc gets even more page views. See statistics at LogEc.

IfBG-Universität Göttingen-Currencies and Currency Exchange
From: IfBG-Institute of Finance and Banking.

International Economics
Welcome to "Web Resources for International Economics and Business"! This Website is designed to help the Internet community (students in international economics or business, teachers, and business professionals) with essential informations on international trade, finance, business, law and others.

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Publications
International Monetary Fund, IMF Publications with links to the full text of recent Working Papers, Staff Country Reports, Papers on Policy Analysis and Assessment, Member Country Publications, as well as to Work in Progress.

Journal of Finance: Other Finance Related Sites
(Resource listing from Department of Finance Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University.)

Moneypaper reports on stocks, taxes, retirement, financial planning and DRIPs.
The Moneypaper newsletter website reports on stocks, taxes, retirement, IRAs, savings, financial planning and DRIPs (direct investment plans), which provide for low-fee or no-fee investing in major NYSE/NASDAQ stocks.

NAFE on the net
The National Association of Forensic Economics (NAFE) has over 800 members across the United States and internationally.

For those in Europe we provide a server at Manchester Computing. A Japanese server is available at Hitotsubashi University.
Founded in 1993, NetEc is an international academic effort to improve the communication of Economics via electronic media.

New Vibes
Virtual International Business & Economic Sources (VIBES) provides over 1,600 links to Internet sources of international business and economic information that are in English and available free of charge., The Currency Site, The currency site provides currency and foreign exchange rates to investors travelers and online businesse.

Palgrave Macmillan Ltd
Palgrave is a global academic publisher of textbooks, academic and professional books, journals, reference works and general non-fiction in print and electronic form.

The job matching process for academic positions in Economics is becoming more and more arduous. To help, I suggest one more information source, limited to macroeconomics. Both supply and demand are listed here.

Resources of Scholarly Societies - Subject Guide
From: Scholarly Societies Project.

SOSIG: Economics (Social Science Information Gateway)
(Resource Listing.)

Subject Research Guides: Economics (Rutgers University Libraries)
The Rutgers University Libraries are an integral part of the research and instructional programs of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The Libraries are a service and learning organization whose members provide leadership to the university in information literacy and scholarly communications activities. The Libraries provide access to scholarly resources that support intellectual inquiry, knowledge creation, and lifelong learning for the students and faculty of the university, the citizens of the State of New Jersey, and the broader scholarly community.

The American Finance Association (AFA)
Welcome to the homepage of The American Finance Association (AFA): the premier academic organization devoted to the study and promotion of knowledge about financial economics...

The McKinsey Quarterly: The Online Journal of McKinsey & Co. is an on-line journal of business and economics published by McKinsey & Company featuring articles and content by McKinsey consultants and other leading authors.

The Newsletter Access Searchable Directory - Business, Investments, Health, Advertising, Marketing, and more newsletters.
Directory of expert information for consumers, business people and librarians with over 5,000 newsletters.

The World Bank Group - The World Bank Group offers loans, advice, and an array of customized resources to more than 100 developing countries and countries in transition".

Theoretical Research Institute
The Theoretical Research Institute was founded in 1994 by Dr Colin Rose. lt strives to produce theoretical research of the highest possible standard in the related disciplines of computational statistics, economics and finance.

WebEc - Economics Journals On The Internet
(Resource Listing.) Home Page - Wall Street Journal.

World Economics Resources, Steve Gardner, Baylor University
From: Home page of H. Stephen Gardner, Professor of Economics, Baylor University

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