Economics Links and General Resources


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Business & Economic DataLinks
"We provide links to econ & financial data sources of interest to economists and business statisticians...We provide users with a comprehensive set of links to data sites on the Web along with a user-based assessment of the quality of each site. We also provide users the capability to suggest additional high quality sites that could be added to DataLinks."

Econolink
Topics include Best Sites for...Content, Research, Journalists, Activists, Students, Innovation, and the Rotten Lousy Sites.

Internet Resources in Business & Economics
Berkeley Business Guide No. 18
"By no means comprehensive, what follows is a classified listing of Internet resources found to be useful by the Thomas J. Long Business & Economics Library’s reference and instructional staff."

National Bureau of Economic Research

Selected Internet Resources in Employment Law and Policy
Includes: U.S. Federal Information Sources ; State Information Sources ; Commentary, Newsletters and Databases ; Other Collections of Labor and Employment Law Links.
St. Louis University School of Law

U.S. Census Bureau

United States Monetary Policy
Useful collection of links from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Topics include Resources for Teachers, MP Objectives, Instruments of MP, MP Indicators, and more.

WebEc
WWW Virtual Library - Economics
"...lists and describes material that could be of interest to mainly academic economists and is at least in part freely available on the Internet."
Maintained by Lauri Saarinen


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