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View Resource Economics Network of the Higher Education Academy

The Higher Education Academy has a number of well-developed databases of materials designed for educators, and the Economics Network is one that should not be missed. The homepage includes a brief introduction to the network and an area designed particularly for newcomers to the site. On the right hand side of the homepage, visitors can take in economics podcasts and learn about new case studies,...

View Resource Economics 421/422: Special Studies: Canadian Economic History

Robin Neill, Adjunct Professor, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada has developed an Internet course on Canadian Economic History. The full text of the course is available on-line. The aim of the course is to provide an "account of rise and fall of National Policy from the Age of Sail, through the Canal Era, and the Railway Epoch, to the Time of Telematics at the end of the Internal...

View Resource Inomics: The Internet Site for Economists

Created and maintained by Dr. Thorsten Wichmann, founder of Berlecon Research in Berlin, Germany, Inomics is a Internet resource for economists. Inomics offers a simple and extended search engine for 75,000 indexed documents. Topics range from general economics and teaching to business law, corporate finance, and comparative economic systems, and are derived from university departmental homepages...

View Resource CyberEconomics: An Analysis of Unintended Consequences.

CyberEconomics is developed by Robert Schenk, Professor of Economics at Saint Joseph's College. The site is meant to be "an interactive supplement to a principles of economics course." CyberEconomics covers most of the topics in introductory microeconomics and macroeconomics. A short explanation of each topic is provided and at the end of each topic there is a review section consisting of...

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