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For more information on the economics profession or economics education, please visit the following sites:
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A renowned magazine that provides information on world news, politics, business, finance, and economics
An extensive list of resources for economics students created by the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Contents include On-line textbooks, Historical readings on economics, and student quizzes and tutorials.
Information for those wishing to pursue graduate studies in economics from Vanderbilt University, one of the leading academic institutions in economics in the United States. Topics include mathematical preparation, graduate school funding, program rankings, and a list of all masters and doctoral programs in economics in the United States.
Tutor to You
A through list on studies in the fundamentals of economics, including both micro and macroeconomics. This site contains notes to review topics such as the theory of supply, the law of demand, and economic resources
Offers links to sites where you can take full quizzes to test your knowledge in economics.
Here you can read the full text of Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations, the work that inspired the study of modern economics.
A ranking of economics graduate programs by US News & World Report.
Offers contemporary news in economics, including the economics of health care.