This guide is sponsored by the American Economic Association. It lists more than 2,000 resources in 97 sections and sub-sections available on the Internet of interest to academic and practicing economists, and those interested in economics. Selected by economists.
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This site, which is powered by Crain Communications, Inc., provides daily business and industry news in the Chicago area, article archives, and the ability to create an account to collect clippings from throughout the site. The site also provides Crain's online lists, offering extensive lists and directories of many industries and people throughout Chicago.
Contains historical (published between 1988 and 1998) information about 101 countries. Each country study includes a country profile and detailed articles on the country's history, society, geography, economy, government and politics, science and technology. Some of the country profiles were updated in 2006. Maintained by the Library of Congress.
Forbes offers a wide range of business information, such as news, personal finance information, and extensive lists. Lists of the largest public companies, private companies, and key business names are all available on this website. Global, international, and local business information is available.
The OECD website contains reliable sources of comparable statistics, and economic and social data. Monitors trends and forecasts economic developments. OECD is an organization of over 70 member countries "committed to democracy and the market economy."
This online encyclopedia has articles searchable by title, author, or category. It also has biographies of economists and an index. Edited by David R. Henderson, a research fellow with Stanford University's Hoover Institution and an associate professor of economics at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. Maintained by The Library of Economics and Liberty.
The website of this weekly newspaper offers reporting, commentary and analysis on world politics, finance, and business trends. Archives articles from 1997. The Economics A-Z archive is the online version of Essential Economics by Matthew Bishop.