to full-text articles and publications.
Statistics--links to virtually every kind of economic and
-- a federally-funded resource for accessing online regional
socioeconomic data. Includes links to federal, state, and
History Super Site--a repository of texts, bibliography and
abstracts, book reviews, syllabi of courses in economic history, and
Indicators -- from the US Government Printing Office for the years 1998-on. Each monthly issue of this publication is available
in both pdf and text. You can download entire issues or select
specific tables (nonagricultural employment, consumer prices, interest
rates and bond yields, new construction, etc.).
Research Studies -- from the SBA
Time Series--a goldmine of federal statistical data
sets--leading economic indicators, money stock, personal consumption,
consumer price index, bank prime loan rate, unemployment, and lots
Working Papers Archive.
Economy -- from Public Agenda Online. The Understanding
the Issue section lays out the facts and policy alternatives, while
the Public Opinion section offers a detailed profile of public
thinking about the issue.
DataZone--Economic Policy Institute's collection of time
series data sets on labor markets and income (which can be downloaded
Reserve Bank of New York: Regional Economy Research--contains
the Federal Reserve System's 'Beige Book' (a periodic report on
regional economic trends, be sure to scroll down the page to see the
link for it)
Bulletin -- lots of data here, a
must for economists!!
-- "OMB Watch exists to increase government transparency and
accountability; to ensure sound, equitable regulatory and budgetary
processes and policies; and to protect and promote active citizen
participation in our democracy." Great data!
of Economic Thought--biographical sketches and bibliographies
of more than 300 important economic theorists, as well as surveys of
topics like capital theory, business cycle theory, etc.
much is that? -- "Have you ever wondered what the value
of a dollar was in 1895? Or what the GDP was in 1929? Here is a place
where you can ask questions of comparative value covering purchasing
power, exchange rates, and other variables between the past and
for International Economics
of Economics and Liberty -- Includes full-text articles and
Resources for Economics
Moment -- a news and
business resource for academia and industry in the fields of applied
statistics and analytics.
Ambrose University Economics Department
Visual Economics-- "unravels
the complexities of all types of economic and financial data. Using
charts, graphs, diagrams, and lists, we break down information for you
that might otherwise be boring, dense, even uninteresting."