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Films on Demand - Business and Economics: Hundreds of videos available online.
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Economic literacy: basic economics with an attitude (2011), EBSCO eBook.
Encyclopedia of the global economy: a guide for students and researchers. R330.03 O36 2006
Encyclopedia of macroeconomics, Credo Reference
Encyclopedia of world trade from ancient times to the present, Credo Reference
Globalization and free trade. Facts On File, 2007. R382 G65 2007
Green economics: an introduction to theory, policy and practice (2009), EBSCO eBook.
Guide to economic indicators, 4th ed., Credo Reference
The Brookings Institution: Publications: Non-partisan policy briefs, analysis, commentary, and multimedia.
EH.Net: Economic History Services: Easy look up for historical prices, interest rates, wage rates, GDP statistics, exchange rates and inflation rates.
Economics Research Network: From SSRN -- includes abstracts of economics research, some fulltext articles.
Free Lunch: Free economic and financial data (from Moody's).
Index of Economic Freedom: Measures 161 countries against a list of 50 independent economic variables.
McMaster University Archive for the History of Economic Thought: Significant texts in the history of economic thought.
RePec: Working papers, journals, articles, software--much in fulltext.
Glossary of Budgetary and Economic Terms: Economic definitions as used by the Congressional Budget Office's annual Budget and Economic Outlook.
The Dismal Scientist: Economic Analysis, Indicators, and Data for the World.
globalEDGE: Portal for web-based international business and country studies.
Institute for Research on Poverty: Interdisciplinary research into the causes and consequences of poverty in the United States.
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Stat Extracts: Statistics for OECD countries.
Social Science Data Analysis Network (SSDAN): Demographic media for making U.S. census data more accessible.
UNData: United Nations' statistical databases.
UN Economic Commission for Europe: Economic indicators for countries of the UNECE region.
The World Bank Group: Economic data about countries around the world.
World Trade Organization: Publications, statistics, and other research.
Bureau of Labor Statistics: U.S. government source of data on employment.
Census Bureau and American Factfinder: Find data from the Decennial Census, Economic Census, American Community Survey, and more.
Census Bureau Economic Statistics: Use census data to generate downloadable charts.
CIA World Factbook: Country data including history, demographics, government, economic, geography, communications, and more.
Economic Research: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis: Website providing links to the research tools and data of the Federal Reserve of St. Louis.
FFIEC Census Reports: Reports from the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council.
GDP and Other US Economic Data: Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Geospatial Platform: Create maps with data elements from categories including economics.
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