Economics:Other Guides to the Web


General Guides

Resources for Economists on the Internet
A selective guide to more than 700 Internet resources for academic and practicing economists. Most entries are annotated, some quite extensively. Searchable. Includes short annotations. A good place to start.
About.com: Economics
Combines a categorized listing of economics related web-sites with regular articles on economics, economic policy, or web resources in economics as well as chat facilities and a bulletin board. Includes short annotations. Searchable.
Inomics: The Internet Site for Economists
Includes news, job openings, conference announcements, a browsable directory as well as a search engine for economic information available on the web.
Internet resources for economists
Links to classic texts, textbooks, data sources, journals, associations, institutes, forecasting and consulting services, directories, etc. Includes short annotations.
Yahoo! Social Science:Economics
A wide variety of links to web sites of interest to economists. Some short annotations. Searchable.

Specialized Guides

EcEdWeb: Economic Education Website
Resources for K-12 and college teachers. Includes annotated links to economic information sites of particular use to teachers.
Economic History Services
Resources on economic and business history and history of economics. Includes a database of abstracts of dissertations, working papers, conference presentations, journal articles, and contributions to anthologies; a collection of course syllabi; book reviews; and some downloadable data series. Maintains several mailing lists in economic and business history.
FindLaw: Law and Economics
Extensive listings of resources in economics and law. Includes links to: an encyclopedia, working papers, bibliographies, mailing lists, publishers, government resources, associations, directories, academic programs, outlines, consultants and more. Searchable.
United States Monetary Policy
From the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, contains links to information discussing United States monetary policy — what it is and how it works. Includes resources for teachers. Short abstracts. Searchable.