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View Resource Resources for Economists on the Internet

This resource has been hand-crafted for over four years, is exhaustively annotated, provides multiple access protocols to resources when available, and is selective. It is divided into over 30 topical sections, including data, working papers, conference information, e-journals and zines, listservs, and usenet newsgroups. Bill Goffe, Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Southern...

View Resource Economics Lesson Plans

Creating interesting and compelling lessons in Economics can present several unique challenges. Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning is ?a nonprofit organization created to help educators in the nation?s heartland bridge the gap between research and practice.? On this site they have compiled a series of economics lesson plans and resources for students and teachers. There are lesso...

View Resource How to Read The Wall Street Journal

This guide from Dow Jones & Company helps new readers understand all elements of The Wall Street Journal from rotating reports in column five on the front page to the stock market tables and global indexes in the Money & Investing section. Although How to Read The Wall Street Journal is organized by newspaper section, a detailed index provides easy access to specific topics regardless of...

View Resource E-conomy Project

A joint effort of the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy (BRIE), the College of Engineering, the Haas School of Business, and the School of Information Management and Systems (SIMS), E-conomy Project creates "an intellectual resource to focus on the profound transformation being wrought by new digital technologies." Along with describing the focuses of the project, this Website also...

View Resource Vox

Online portals that take on policy issues in different parts of the world are increasing in popularity and the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) recently created just such a portal. Working in tandem with a number of existing sites, the Vox site is designed to feature "research-based policy analysis and commentary from Europe's leading economists." As such, the site consists of original...

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