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ECONOMICS U$A: 21st Century Edition
"From the first decade of the 20th century through the early portion of the 21st century, America has been on an economic roller-coaster ride from boom to bust and back again. Economics U$A: 21st Century Edition is a 28-part multimedia distance learning course in micro- and macroeconomics for college and high school classrooms that features many of America’s leading businesspeople, politicians, and economists as they expose the inside story behind these turbulent times."
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Dictionary of Economics
This website contains a comprehensive
overview in the study of economics.
Bureau of Economic Analysis
BEA produces some of the most closely
watched economic statistics that influence
decisions of government officials, business
people, and individuals.
"Bloomberg View features new opinions daily from
the world's thought leaders on politics, foreign
affairs, culture, and a broad range of global
This website includes quizzes that can help
students study for tests.
Principles of Economics
This site has quizzes with matching, multiple
choice, true and false and many more to help
students with there studies.
Research Resources for Economics
Sociology encompasses a broad range of topics, and this site covers them all. Find links to
economics, women's studies, demography, psychology, and more.
This website gives information about the
The New York Times Guide to
Collection of New York Times articles
related to economics.