Statistics - Paul Krugman turned me on to this page from the Bureau of Labor
Statistics's site. He says that it is "for those who have tired of fact-free
discussions of the global economy" and are looking for real data.
The official Paul Krugman Web
page - A page established and maintained by Paul Krugman to give intersted
parties easy access to some of his more recent writings.
The American Prospect -
Trying very hard (and successfully) to become what the _New Republic_ used to
be: a place for American liberals to think...
Economics Education Website
The Congressional Budget Office - *The*
source for information on the finances and programs of the federal government.
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities -
Want numbers on the federal budget? Go here...
Corsetti's Euro homepage
Economic Time Series Page -
Economagic has a database of over 100,000 economic time series. Access to the
data and custom charting programs are free to all. One can also save series to a
personal workspace, run regressions, and make XY plots.
The Economist (of London) - This is
by far the world's best news magazine.
Economic History Resources
tutor - This tutorial features animated and interactive models and concepts
typically covered in intermediate macroeconomics. Models include the Keynesian
cross, the IS-LM-Mundell-Fleming model, the aggregate-supply-aggregate-demand
model, and the Solow growth model.
Stephen Roach at Morgan Stanley
National Bureau of Economic Research Home
Page - The NBER is one of the centers for conducting and disseminating
academic research in economics.
Tim O'Reilly's Junk Patents
Page - Potentially the next flashpoint in the internet intellectual property
Hal Varian's Home Page -
The Dean of economists who analyze the internet, and the ongoing computer and
Roubini's Asia Crisis Website
The University of
California Museum of Paleontology
Journal of Economic
Perspectives - The journal that I deputy-edit for the American Economic
World Bank Economic
Bank Financial Sector Research and Newsletter - This site lists financial
sector research activities at the World Bank, includes our electronic newsletter
(Interest Bearing Notes),working papers, conference, seminars, data bases, and
links to other Bank resources on financial sector issues.