These links are provided as helpful resources.
WebEc—lists and describes material that could be of interest to mainly academic economists and is (at least in part) freely available on the Internet: General Economics Collections, Economics Institutions, Libraries, News, Communication, Economists, Conferences, and Jobs.
- Dismal Scientist—Economic data and analysis by nationally recognized economists
- National Bureau of Economic Research—A private, nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of how the economy works.
- International Trade Administration
- Federal Reserve Bank of New York
- CIA World Factbook
- Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Financial Times
- Interactive Tariff and Trade DataWeb
- US Census Bureau
- HUD Policy Development and Research's Information Service—An information source for housing and community development researchers and policy makers
- EconLit—The American Economic Association's electronic bibliography of economic literature. EconLit adheres to the high quality standards long recognized by subscribers to the Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) and is a reliable source of citations and abstracts to economics research going back to 1969.
- Dollars & Sense—A Bi-Monthly Magazine of Economic Issues and Opinion. It is the only progressive economics magazine in the country written for a popular audience.
- The Economist
Biographical Information and Portraits
- Biographies and Pictures from Blaug's Great Economists—Before Keynes (1986) and Great Economists Since Keynes (1985)
- Warren Samuels Collection of Economist Portrait
- Policy of Liberty Collection of Economists
Schools of Thought
- Great Economists and Their Times—This publication traces the development of the major schools of economic thought through the work of ten important economists. A chronicle of historical events recounts the politics, social environment and intellectual climate of each decade in which the famous economists lived.
- History of Macroeconomic Thought—(Student Economic Review, University of Dublin) Provides a synopsis of what the authors regard to be the core influential schools of thought.
When You Just Need A Break!!!!
- Association For Institutional Thought (AFIT)
- American Economic Association
- Association For Evolutionary Economics—The Association for Evolutionary Economics (AFEE) is an international organization of economists and other social scientists devoted to analysis of economics as evolving, socially constructed and politically governed systems.
Careers and Jobs in Economics