for Economic and Development Studies on Bangladesh
Journalist's Guide to Economic Terms
of economic terms most often encountered by journalists.
basic economic principles to middle and high school students, teachers,
feature articles, link library, bulletin board, chatroom, and
on the history of economic and social thought.
to modern economics that fosters cultural diversity, human rights, and
environmental sustainability. Features journal, events, and seminars.
of Economic Impacts of Recreation and Tourism
of Economic Literature
the American Economic Association.
economic, moral, and political examination of capitalism.
on the use of commodity storage to stabilize prices, output, and
employment, based on Benjamin Graham's propositions.
Ed Yardeni's Economic Network
and financial charts in Online Chart Room. Latest financial and business
indicators and trends. Weekly analyses, topical studies, and timely
to important works of economic theory and research.
The Economic Simulation
multi-user simulation designed for use
in the following courses: principles of economics, intermediate
economics, monetary eco- nomics, mathematical economics, public sector
economics, principles of finance.
Economic and Monetary Union@
& Human Rights
Companion site to the PBS special focusing on
the ongoing debate over whether or not human rights concerns should be
linked to economic policies.
Definition and examples.
Addresses perceptions of, and theories behind,
inflation. By Rebecca Hellerstein of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
Resources and links related to economics of the
Internet, information goods, intellectual property, and more.
Contains an economics search engine, job openings for economists, and
conference calls in economics as well free alert services for the
Miller's Computational Economic Modeling
Economic Committee: This Week in Economics
concerning the latest economic statistics, stock market information,
relevant economic news stories, new JEC economic reports, and news.
Jokes about economics and economists.
Income Study Information Server (LIS/LES)
project whose members include 25 countries. Site includes papers,
newsletter, documentation, and scheduled workshops.
Stanley Dean Witter Global Economics Forum
Collection of networking projects for academic economics.
Macroeconomics and Real Business Cycles [Christian Zimmermann]
Contains directories, bibliographies, computer code, conference info,
data for researchers in quantitative macroeconomics.
National Laboratories: Aspen
microsimulation model of the US
economy that has the potential to significantly improve capabilities for
analyzing and comparing economic policies.
Through answering basic questions about capitalism,
this site attempts to explain the true nature of it and debunk popular