The Yellow Pages -- Economics
BPubs.com Economic History Publications Links
Business articles related to economic history.
Business History Bibliography
The University of Maryland's categorized and annotated list of selected cross-discipline information sources for doing research on the history of business.
History by industry, America's 10 oldest companies, important dates in American business, links to museums and famous sites, information for business historians, and featured businesses.
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
- A non-profit, nonpartisan research organization focusing on issues affecting low- and moderate-income people. The place to go for budget analysis and reports on Social Security, tax, health and welfare policy.
Demoz Economics Directory
Directory of economics and business links.
Directory of Corporate Archives in the United States and Canada
From the Society of American Archivists, this site lists information about corporate archives, including contact information.
- A program of the National Council on Economic Education; a classroom resource that provides lesson plans based on macroeconomic data and current events.
Economics at About.com
Economics glossary, economics news, student resources, macroeconomics links, economist biographies, links to information in related fields (e.g. game theory).
Economics Working Paper Archive
Provided by the Economics Department of Washington University, this site 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.
The Economy at Moving Ideas: The Electronic Policy Network
- Online journal of articles, reports, and information about U.S. economic policy. Features columns by leading economists and links to current books of interest and related online resources.
EDIRC: Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centers in the World
Searchable database of 7737 institutions in 217 countries and territories; the index is organized by countries and fields and includes economics departments, research centers, and institutes in universities, as well as finance ministries, statistical offices, central banks, think tanks, and other non-profit institutions where mainly economists are working.
Electronic discussion lists, information on graduate programs in economic history, book reviews, abstract database, bibliographies, "ask the professor," and links with ways to compare the relative value of money over time.
EHNet's History of Economics
The History of Economics web site provides online access to resources for teaching, scholarship and research in the history of economics and the history of economic thought.
Encyclopedia of Law and Economics
Online encyclopedia, bibliographical database, links to law and economics web resources.
The Federal Reserve System
- This site contains information about the Board of Governors, consumer information, reports, and a research paper archive
Financial Data Finder
Ohio State University database lets you search under a number of different categories for historical information, quotes, links, news, software, reports, and research.
FindLaw: Law and Economics Resources
Links to law and economics resources, including journal and book publishers, associations, mailing lists, and more.
FINWeb, a financial economics web site managed by James R. Garven, Ph.D., lists Internet resources providing substantive information concerning economics and finance-related topics. This site is very thorough and likely very helpful for true-blue economists.
GovSpot's Portal for Economic Statistics
- One-stop-shopping for all your statistical needs: economic indicators, tax stats, FDIC info, and Federal Reserve data.
History of Economic Thought Web Site
This web site serves as a repository of collected links and information on the history of economic thought, from the ancient times until the modern day.
The Information Economy: The Economics of the Internet, Information Goods, Intellectual Property and Related Issues
Compiled by a UC-Berkeley professor, this site has links about Internet economics under a number of categories, including policy and law, intellectual property, and security, privacy, and encryption.
Institute for International
- The IIE is private, nonprofit, and nonpartisan; the site
outlines hot topics and issues in economics, as well as providing
links to other economics-related sites.
International Economics Gateway
- Links to various resources and archives for international organizations, national governments, and corporate servers.
Jokes for Economists
- Who says economists can't have a little fun at their own expense? This page has an archive of economist humor, with links to organizations, newsletters, and economic servers.
Library of Congress Guide to Business History Resources
National Bureau of Economic Research
Founded in 1920, the National Bureau of Economic Research is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of how the economy works. Their site has business cycle reference dates (from 19th century and above), economics press releases from a variety of sources, information regarding economics indicators, U.S. government organizations links, and links to international trade data, industry data, macro data, and patent data. The NBER also maintains a working papers database.
The RAND Journal of Economics
- The journal for the latest in all aspects of economic policy, thought, and trends. Contains a searchable index of abstracts from the past 25 years.
Social Science Research Network: Economics Research Network
- The Economics Research Network is dedicated to increasing communication among economics scholars, practitioners, and policymakers throughout the world. ERN is a division of Social Science Research Network (SSRN), which also sponsors the Accounting Research Network (ARN), the Financial Economics Network (FEN), the Legal Scholarship Network (LSN) and the Management Research Network (MRN). Searchable papers database.
University of Michigan Economic Data Resources
- Resource index of statistics and data on economic indicators
U.S. Securities and Exchange
- Homepage for the government agency that regulates the
securities markets and acts as an advocate for investors. Includes
news, regulations and information for accountants, brokers and
U.Va. Econ Subject Guide
Guide to electronic journals in economics.
- A European effort of economic resources on the Internet, broken down by category and discipline and thoroughly researched. It includes links to universities, government, and economic organizations. Also contains links to economic theorists and their personal home pages, essays, and articles.
January 25, 2004