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Links 1 through 10 of 39 by Marcy Carrel tagged economics

"The World Bank eLibrary is the World Bank’s subscription-based collection of nearly 6,000 books, reports, journals, and working papers including:

Development Outreach, World Bank Economic Review and World Bank Research Observer journal articles published since 1996
Development Economics (DEC) policy research working papers published since 1995
e-books and reports dating as far as the 1970’s (in the case of the World Development Reports), plus
all new formal publications upon release."

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"The Economist has those with a sweet tooth for quantitative data and analysis well-covered on their Markets and Data website. The first place most visitors will want to visit is the "World Markets" area. Here they can get an overview of the latest stock market indices and commodity prices, and also look over company financial statements. After that, it's time to bite into the "Big Mac Index", which happens to be "the world's most accurate financial indicator to be based on a fast-food item." Also on the homepage, visitors can perform a currency exchange based on the latest information and also display a customized graph of historical exchange rates for 164 countries. Visitors shouldn't overlook the "Weekly Indicators" area, which includes information on commodity prices, Asian GDP growth forecasts, budget balances, and producer prices. [KMG]" from The Internet Scout

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"The Dow Jones Economic Sentiment Indicator aims to gauge the health of the U.S. economy by weighing the balance of sentiment in articles published by 15 major American newspapers. Powered by Dow Jones Insight, the Economic Sentiment Indicator analyzes news stories published in 15 major American newspapers to look for occurrences of key words that indicate changes in sentiment around the economy.... All these sources are available back to 1990.....Published on the last business day of every month (or the subsequent business day if the month ends on a weekend), the Dow Jones Economic Sentiment Indicator is considered to be the timeliest economic sentiment indicator in the marketplace."

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From Middletown Thrall Library (Public) - categorized and annotated list of links to resources related to the global economic crisis (e.g. banking, credit, etc.); lots of government resources

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Free portion of EIU country content -- for each country, recent articles and economic and political forecast content.

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Survey of Consumer Finances is conducted every 3 years by the Federal Reserve Board -- balance sheet, pension, income, and other demos of U.S. families... also info on use of financial institutions

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"Economic gardening" - resources, tips, white papers, etc. for SME (small-medium sized businesses) in the community, local development, etc.

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"Welcome to the Museum of American Finance, the nation's only independent public museum dedicated to celebrating the spirit of entrepreneurship and the democratic free market tradition which has made New York City the financial capital of the world. Foun

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Association for organizations such as the BEBR at the U of FL - often good for statelevel data, nationwide. This site gives a sense of their research but no links to the actual research reports - you have to track down through individual organizations or

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"Highlighting the best equity, credit, market and economic research" - can also subscribe by email or RSS feed

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