The American Economic Association’s electronic bibliography of worldwide economics literature: abstracts, indexes, links to full text articles and book reviews. Available at libraries and university websites. This site provides access information.
Resources for Economists on the Internet, RFE (Bill Goffe, State University of New York at Oswego).
Sponsored by the American Economic Association, this guide lists 2100 resources for academic and practicing economists.
Economic Journals on the Web.
Comprehensive set of links to economics-related journals worldwide.
The Quarterly Journal of Economics.
Edited at Harvard University’s Department of Economics; covers all aspects of the field. Available by subscription as hard copy and PDF online. Abstracts of articles available online; individual articles may be purchased through Pay Per Article.
Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centers, EDIRC (Christian Zimmerman, University of Connecticut).
A comprehensive index of links to economics departments, institutes, and research centers worldwide, organized by countries and fields.
Economic Associations on the Web (John Kane, State University of New York at Oswego).
Links to national and international economics associations.
American Economic Association, AEA.
Homepage of the AEA with links to the association’s activities, benefits, and information.
EcEdWeb: Economic Education Web (Kim Sosin, University of Nebraska Omaha).
An extensive annotated collection of information and web links for teaching university and college economics. Includes links to national and international topics in economics, data, online texts, teaching resources, courses, projects, and economic teachers’ websites.
Center for Economic Education (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee).
Links to useful resources for economics instruction.
Higher Education Academy Economics Network, U.K.
Provides a wide range of resources to support university teaching of economics, including online teaching and learning materials such as exams, worksheets, and projects; books; syllabi; assessment materials; and case studies.
Journal of Economic Education.
Focuses on teaching and evaluation for introductory through graduate level courses. Online and print subscription available.
The Just-in-Time Syllabus Page (Shyamala Raman, Saint Joseph College; Jean Shackelford, Bucknell University; Kim Sosin, University of Nebraska Omaha).
Describes a method of syllabus construction that enables the economics instructor to incorporate time-sensitive data, online discussions, and other current online materials into a course as the course develops. Contains examples of classroom activities and links to instructional materials for students and faculty.