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ACCOUNTING

U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)
Industry Economic Accounts
International Data
Interactive Data
Regional Economic Accounts
National Economic Accounts

Wikipedia
Gross domestic product (GDP)
Gross private domestic investment
National accounts
National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA)
Net investment
Real income
United Nations System of National Accounts


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ANALYSIS, ARCHIVES

Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics: Publications ( Yale University, Economics Dept )
Papers (Reprints) (CFPs) of published articles & contributions to books, Author Index
    º ARROW, Kenneth J.
    º MARKOWITZ, Harry M.
    º ROMER, David: Stock Volatility Examination 1, 2
    º SAMUELSON, Paul A.
    º SHILLER, Robert J.Use It!
    º Stock Prices & Bond Yields Can their comovements be explained in terms of present value models? by Robert J. Shiller & Andrea E. Beltratti

Hudson Institute, About
Irwin M. Stelzer publications
    º Conservative Economic Policy in the 21st Century (pdf)
    º Global Banking Is What's Really in Crisis 6-27-11
    º Impressions of a Flailing and Uncertain Economy 6-11-11


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ASSOCIATIONS

American Economic Association - Site Map ( abridged )
Resources for Economists on the Internet

Association for Social Economics
CommonwealthClub.org national forum open for impartial discussion, About
Archive, Archive FAQ
    º Medallion Speakers

Dead Economists Society classical liberal economics
EconomicsAmerica PA educating Americans
Mackinac Center for Public Policy, Michigan
Economic Development
    º Child Labor and the British Industrial Revolution

National Association of Forensic Economics (NAFE) news, pubs, applications from litigation
National Council on Economic Education classroom books, resources & strategies

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Washington Center, About, Search
Data Online, Databases
News & Publications

Society of Computational Economics
Society of Government Economists non-profit

Wikipedia
    º Category:International economic organizations
    º Category:World Bank
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
World Bank International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD)
    º International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
    º International Development Association


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BARTER, MONEYLESS ECONOMIES

Wikipedia
    º Category:Anti-competitive behaviour
    º Category:Economic problems
    º Category:Homeless people
    º Outline of economics
    º Category:Simple living
Amish
Anti-competitive practices
Barter
Coincidence of wants
Collusion
Competition
Competition (economics)
Competition law
Consumer choice
Consumption (economics)
Degrowth
Developing country
Development economics
Distribution (economics)
Downshifting
Dumping (pricing policy)
Economic efficiency
Economic equilibrium
Economic ideology
Economic imperialism (economics)
Economics economic theory
Economic vegetarianism
Ecovillage
Exclusive dealing
Exemplar
Free rider problem
Frugality
Gift economy
The good life
History of economic thought
History of money
Homesteading
Human development (humanity)
Human Development Index
Information economics
Jesus and the rich young man
Just price
KISS principle Keep it simple, Stupid
Low-technology
Market abuse
Market economy
Market failure
Market structure
Mathematical optimization
Medium of exchange
Money
    º History of money
Normative economics
Off-the-grid
Parable of the Rich Fool
Paradigm shift
Pareto efficiency
The Power of Half
Protectionism
Public good
Quality of life
Refusal to deal
Retreat (spiritual)
Self-sufficiency
Silent trade
Small house movement
Small Is Beautiful
Standard of living
Starving artist
Subsistence agriculture
Suelo
Takeover Absorption of a competitor or competing technology
Testimony of Simplicity
Usury
Welfare economics


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BOOKS

BookTV online videos
Capitalism: A Ghost Story by Arundhati Roy
Neil Irwin, The Alchemists: Three Central Bankers and a World on Fire (After Words)
Zachary Karabell, The Leading Indicators: A Short History of the Numbers that Rule Our World (After Words)

Wikipedia
Book TV

Google Books
Coggan, Philip
    $ Paper Promises: Debt, Money, and the New World Order (2012)
Heilbroner, Robert L.
    $ 21st Century Capitalism 1993
    $ Behind the Veil of Economics: Essays in the Worldly Philosophy 1988
    $ The Crisis of Vision in Modern Economic Thought 1995
    $ Economics Explained: Everything You Need to Know About How the Economy Works and Where It's Going 1998 (4th)
    $ The Nature and Logic of Capitalism 1986
    $ Teachings From the Worldly Philosophy 1997
    $ Visions of the Future: The Distant Past, Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow 1996
    $ The Worldly Philosophers: The Lives, Times, and Ideas of the Great Economic Thinkers 1999 (1st:1969)
Hobson, John Atkinson
    º Capitalism and Imperialism in South Africa (1900)
    º The Economics of Distribution (1903)
    º The Evolution of Modern Capitalism: A Study of Machine Production (1894)
    º Imperialism: A Study (1902)
    º The Industrial System: an Inquiry into Earned and Unearned Income (1910)
    º International Trade: an Application of Economic Theory (1904)
    º John Ruskin, Social Reformer (1898)
    º The Morals of Economic Internationalism (1920)
    º The New Protectionism (1916)
    º The Physiology of Industry: ...Fallacies in Existing Theories (1889)
    º The Problem of the Unemployed: an Enquiry and an Economic Policy (1896)
    º Problems of a New World (1922)
    º Problems of Poverty: An Inquiry Into the Industrial Condition of the Poor (1891)
    º The Psychology of Jingoism (1901)
    º Richard Cobden: the International Man (1919)
    º The Science of Wealth (1911)
    º The Social Problem: Life and Work (1902)
    º Taxation in the New State (1920)
    º Towards International Government (1916)
    º Work and Wealth: a Human Valuation (1921)
Leopold, Les
    $ How to Make a Million Dollars an Hour: Why Hedge Funds Get Away with Siphoning Off America's Wealth (2012)
    $ The Looting of America: How Wall Street's Game of Fantasy Finance Destroyed Our Jobs, Pensions, and Prosperity-and What We Can Do about It (2009)
Warsh, David
    $ Economic Principals: Masters and Mavericks of Modern Economics (2010)
    $ Knowledge and the Wealth of Nations: A Story of Economic Discovery (2007)
Richard D. Wolff
    $ Occupy the Economy: Challenging Capitalism 2012


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CALCULATORS
Hugh's Mortgage and Financial Calculators
Inflation Calculator from S. Morgan Friedman
Inflation Calculator ( Bureau of Labor Statistics - Consumer Price Indexes (CPI))
Inflation Calculators & Cost of Living Calculators ( NASA: Johnson Space Center, Cost Estimating & Models)

The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
What is a dollar worth? any year based upon Consumer Price Index (CPI)

Hugh's Mortgage and Financial Calculators

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CAPITALISM
also see.. History

Capitalism.org

History Of Capitalism Portal into 19th & early 20th centuries
from Colleen Dunlavy, U Wisconsin, Madison, History

Kelso Institute: Books (Download), FAQ, Lectures, Quotes, Timeline

Washington State U, World Civilizations
Gloassary, Enlightenment, Capitalism

WilliamGreider.com, author, Links
Articles Archive, Regular Rants
The Nation articles by William Greider, National Affairs Correspondent


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COMMUNISM
also see.. Marx

Google.com
Gabriel, Mary
Love and Capital: Karl and Jenny Marx and the Birth of a Revolution

Monthly Review
Wikipedia
Monthly Review


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COST, COST ESTIMATING, COST MODELING

International Society of Parametric Analysts parametric cost modeling techniques & methodologies: risk analysis, econometrics, design-to-cost, technology forecasting, management
Acquisition Tools - Contracting Resources, Education, Law & Regualtions
Parametric Estimating Handbook


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DATABASES

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Washington Center, About, Search
Data Online, Databases
News & Publications


^ ECONOMICS
DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY

Wikipedia
Disruptive technology


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ENDOGENOUS GROWTH THEORY

Paul Romer Stanford U, Graduate School of Business
Biography

Wikipedia
Endogenous growth theory
Paul Romer


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EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS
also see.. §Game Theory§

George Mason U, Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science (ICES)
Vernon Smith 2002 Nobel Prize Winner (see Select Works)
    º Markets, Institutions and Experiments
    º Mind, Reciprocity and Markets in the Laboratory
    º What is Experimental Economics?


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FINANCIAL CRISIS

ACORN
ACORN Lending Study Warns of Pending "Rate Shock" for Homeowners: Midwest, South, and Minority Communities Most at Risk
    º New_Mexico Lending Data, Albuquerque Metropolitan Area
ACORN Housing Corporation (AHC)

Charlie Rose
Bill Ackman, major investor & hedge fund manager of Pershing Square Capital Management LP

Google Books
Leopold, Les
    º How to Make a Million Dollars an Hour: Why Hedge Funds Get Away with Siphoning Off America's Wealth (2012)
    º The Looting of America: How Wall Street's Game of Fantasy Finance Destroyed Our Jobs, Pensions, and Prosperity-and What We Can Do about It (2009)

Mother Jones Liberal (MoJo Wire) Magazine/Foundation for National Progress
McCain's Fannie and Freddie Connections
Wall Street's Grim Justice: Those Who Profited from Subprimes Now Suffer Too
Where Credit Is Due: A Timeline of the Mortgage Crisis by Nomi Prins

Money Central (MSN.com)
Ouch! Your house payment just doubled, (Oct. 2, 2006)

Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA)
Delinquencies and Foreclosures Increase in Latest MBA National Delinquency Survey (3rd quarter, 2007) 43.0% of foreclosures are Subprime ARM's

NationalReview.com
Planting Seeds of Disaster ACORN, Barack Obama, and the Democratic party by Stanley Kurtz

The Newyorker
Sponsoring Recklessness by James Surowiecki

The Progressive
Bailout blame game unfairly targets minorities

Salon.com
The Facts About ACORN, CRA Programs and the Mortgage Crisis by Anthony M. Freed
McCain's Economic Plan: Blame Democrats and Minorities

Wikipedia
Adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM)
Community Reinvestment Act
Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac
Federal Home Loan Banks
Federal takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
Financial crisis of 20072008
Glass-Steagall Act
Mortgage-backed security
Office of Thrift Supervision
Subprime lending
Subprime mortgage crisis
United States housing bubble

YourMortgageOrYourLife at ( WordPress.com)
The Facts About ACORN, CRA Programs & the Mortgage CrisisUse It! by Anthony M. Freed


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FIND
DIRECTORIES-Economics
dmoz.org Open Directory | EconometricLinks.com | Google.com | Wikipedia | Yahoo.com


American Economic Association - Site Map ( abridged )
Resources for Economists on the Internet

Bill Goffe's List of Resources for Economists on the Internet large & well-organized

Biz/ed - SiteMap
Links - Development, Financial, General, Macro, Micro, Mathematiical, International

Brad DeLong berkeley.edu

EconometricLinks.com ( 2), - SiteMap (from the Royal Economic Society)
Journals
Mail Lists
Software
Statistics

argmax.com - Article Archive, Glossary Economists with Web Pages, Links
Econ-jobs.com Economist Jobs
The Econ Page - course materials, Links

Emory U, Goizueta Business School
Key International Websites Links

FedStats.gov US Federal agencies statistics portal
International Directory of Finance and Economics Professionals contact information, Search

Library of Economics and Liberty - Links, Data, Search
The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics (CEE)

Resources for Economists on the Internet
U Mannheim, SBF 504, GlossaryUse It!

WebEc ( 2 at helsinki.fi ) WWW Virtual Library - Economics

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FOCUS on these Sites!
also see.. Banking, Find

CommonwealthClub.org national forum open for impartial discussion, About
Archive, Archive FAQ
    º Medallion Speakers

EconomicPrincipals.com by David Warsh
Archive Index

RTable.net
Economics Roundtable
Economics Topics
    º Economics Education
Finance Roundtable
Law Roundtable
Politics Roundtable


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GLOBALIZATION, GLOBAL ECONOMY & PUBLIC FINANCE
also see.. §Global Governance§, §Global Consciousness§, §WORLD§

Economic Policy Institute
All Publications Written by: Jeff Faux
The Global Class War (book) by Jeff Faux

Roubini Global Economics, LLC (Roubini.com) Nouriel Roubini's methodology on the logic of the global economy

Wikipedia
    º Category:Books about globalization
    º Category:Globalization
    º Category:Globalization terminology
    º Category:World government
Accountancy monetarily recording, classifying, summarizing & interpreting financially related transactions
    º Accounting equation Assets = Capital + Liabilities or Assets - Liabilities = Capital (owners' equity)
    º Double-entry bookkeeping system each transaction entered both on debit & credit sides; error detected if respective sums do not equal
Anti-globalization movement
    º Alter-globalization
    º Anti-corporate activism
    º Criticisms of globalization
    º Global justice movement
Archaic globalization 1400-1600
Asset controlled or owned economic resources (tangible or intangible) capable of producing value, see value
    º Amortization (business) includes amortization of intangible assets
    º Depreciation asset value decrease affecting business value & allocation of asset costs affecting net income
    º Impairment cost
    º Intangible asset includes:
        ◊ legal intangibles see intellectual property (eg, intellectual capital, trade secrets, copyrights, patents, trademarks); and
        ◊ competitive intangibles (knowledge & activities in collaboration, leverage & structure)
    º Tangible property includes real and personal property
        ◊ Personal property private property that is moveable
        ◊ Real property realty, or immovable property including improvements
Bond (finance) negotiable promise to pay, by maturity date, indebtedness with interest (the coupon), transferrable through a secondary market
    º Government bond promise to pay face value on a certain date, and periodic interest
    º Perpetual bond has no maturity date, therefore, may be treated as equity, not debt
Bubble, Economic trade in high volumes at prices at variance with intrinsic values
    º Intrinsic value (finance) summing & discounting to present value, future income generated by an asset; actual security value vs. market or book value
    º Japanese asset price bubble inflated real estate & stock prices 1986-1991
    º Tulip mania first (1637) recorded speculative bubble
    º Real estate bubble
Capital (economics) existing durable goods used in producing other goods and/or services
    º Financial capital is not considered real or economic capital
    º Human Capital
    º Intellectual capital
    º Structural Capital
Comparative advantage
Corporatization
    º Government-owned corporation
Cultural globalization
Debt
    º External debt owed to foreign lenders
    º Government debt
    º Internal debt owed to lenders within the country
Default (finance)
Democratic globalization
Economic globalization
Economic integration
Economic policy
Equity (finance)
European Union
    º Common Agricultural Policy
Excludability
Fiscal policy main instruments: taxation & expenditure
Free competition
Free trade
Friedman, Thomas (1953)
    º The World Is Flat
Game theory
    º Prisoner's dilemma
Globalization
    º Global governance
    º Global justice
    º Global public good
    º History of globalization
Government bond promise to pay face value on a certain date, and periodic interest
Government-owned corporation
Intellectual capital
Intellectual property exclusive market rights and applications for discoveries & invention, or for musical, literary and artistic works
    º Copyright
    º Industrial design right
    º Patent
    º Trademark
    º Trade secret
Interdependence
Interest rate
    º Federal funds rate
International education
International Monetary Fund
Macroeconomics
Monetarism emphasizes government control of the amount of money in circulation
Monetary economics
Monetary policy deals with credit availabilility & interest rates
    º #History of monetary policy
    º Liquidity trap central bank cash injections into private banking (to stimulate economic growth) fail to lower interest rates
    º Monetary base relating to the money supply
    º Money medium of exchange; unit of account; store of value; occasionally a historical standard of deferred payment
    º Money supply total amount of money available
Monetary system
    º International monetary systems rules, conventions & institutions facilitating trade, investment & reallocation of capital between nations
Money
    º Commodity money valued by the commodity from which it is made, eg, metals, peppercorns, stones, shells, alcohol, cigarettes, candy, barley, detergent...
    º Fiat money derives its value from government regulation or law
    º Legal tender lawful coins & notes, usually not personal checks, credit cards, debit cards, or other non-cash payments, unlicensed transactions with foreign currency may be outlawed
    º Time value of money includes interest earned over a given time
Multinational corporation
Nationalization
Post-industrial economy
Postnationalism
Privatization
Protectionism
Proto-globalization 1600-1800
Public finance
Public good
    º Global public good
Quantitative easing
Race to the bottom
    º Subprime mortgage crisis
Rivalry (economics)
Self-sufficiency
State ownership
Sustainable living
Trade barrier
    º Subsidy
Transnational governance
United Nations
    º Global Policy Forum
Value, Intrinsic (finance) summing & discounting to present value, future income generated by an asset; actual security value opposed to market or book value
    º Book value company's accounting value; traditionally total assets minus liabilities & intangible assets (may variably include goodwill &/or intangible assets)
    º Present value current value of payments that are made at other times
    º Time value of money includes interest earned over a given time
World bank
World currency
World Economic Forum
World economy
World government
World Trade Organization
    º World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference of 1999 protest activity Battle in Seattle

WilliamGreider.com
One World, Ready or Not: The Manic Logic of Global Capitalism (book)


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HISTORY OF ECONOMICS
also see.. Capitalism, Economists, §HISTORY§, §HISTORY of Science§, §HISTORY of Mathematics§, Tutorials

DIRECTORIES-History of Economics
dmoz.org Open Directory | Google.com | Yahoo.com

Child Labour in the 19th Century in Britain
Child Labour in the Industrial Revolution
Data Sets on the Economic History Server

Dictionary of the History of IdeasUse It! Contents, Search
• from the Electronic Text Center, U Virginia Library
Politics economic, legal, and political ideas and institutions, ideologies and movements

Economic History Association

Economic History Services (EH.net) - books, calendar, databases, Links: Economic History Society
Databases Online - US: Agriculture, Greenback, Labor, Population,
Encyclopedia of Economic and Business History
Links - Databases

Economic and Social History at Oxford: Seminars and Special Lectures

Google Books
Heilbroner, Robert L.
    º Teachings From the Worldly Philosophy 1997
    º The Worldly Philosophers: The Lives, Times, and Ideas of the Great Economic Thinkers 1999 (1st:1969)
Warsh, David
    º Economic Principals: Masters and Mavericks of Modern Economics

EH.net, About, LinksUse It! ( Data Sets ), SiteMap from the Economic History Association
• Economic History Services file server & discussion groups for communication among scholars

History of Economic Thought Website Use It!( no frames ) Index, Search:   Dept Economics, New School U
Essays and Surveys
Links
Online Source Texts
Schools of Thought

History of Money from Ancient Times to the Present Day Glyn Davies
History of Money Page Roy Davies
History of the Oil Industry, and Rockefeller's Standard Oil Trust
History of Thought Archive: McMaster U
Indiana University Economic History Workshop
The International Economic History Association
Labor and Business History WWW Virtual Library Links
McMaster U, Economics Dept
Archive for the History of Economic ThoughtUse It!
    º Smith, Adam

Monetary History gold & silver standards, bimetallism, Canada's playing card money
Museum of American Financial History entrepreneurship, investment banking, capital markets

National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Macrohistory Database
Links
Data Links

New School U, History of Economic Thought ( nonframe ), Contents, Links, Search
Introduction
Essays and Surveys
Schools of Thought

Northwestern Economic History Seminar
University of Oxford Discussion Papers in Economic and Social History

Wikipedia
    º Category:Economic history
    º Category:History of economic thought
    º Category:History of economic thought, methodology, and heterodox approaches
    º Schools of economic thought
Classical economics 1776 to mid 19th century
Communism
Economic equilibrium
Economic planning
Fair value
Free market
Heterodox economics
Historical school of economics 19th into the 20th century Germany
History of economic thought
Industrial Revolution
Keynesian economics
Labor theory of value
Laissez-faire
Mainstream economics
Marginalism
    º Marginal product
    º Marginal utility
Means of production
Mercantilism national prosperity dependent upon capital supply; constant international trade volume; assets/capital is nation's bullion, increased through balance of trade
Neoclassical economics
    º Neoclassical synthesis
Pareto efficiency
Physiocracy wealth of nations derived the value of land agriculture or land development, 1st well developed theory of economics
Schools of economic thought
Scientific Revolution
Socialism
    º Christian socialism
Supply and demand
Usury
Welfare economics

Working Class Movement Library (WCML), since the late 18th century

World History at KMLA
Poverty of Urban Industrial Workers in Britain in the Early 19th Century


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MASTERS, ECONOMISTS
also see.. History
FRIEDMAN, MILTON GREENSPAN, ALAN KELSO, LOUIS KEYNES, JOHN MAYNORD MAX-NEEF, MANFRED SMITH, ADAM VON MISUS, LUDWIG Wikipedia
    º Category:Economics
    º Category:Economists
    º Category:Economists by century
    º Category:History of economic thought, methodology, and heterodox approaches
    º Catholic social teaching
    º History of economic thought
    º List of economists
    º Schools of economic thought
Aquinas, Thomas (1225-1274)
    º Just price
    º Summa Theologica (1265-1274)
Aristotle (384 BC-322 BC)
    º Politics (Aristotle)
Friedman, Milton (1912-2006)
Greenspan, Alan (1926-)
Hayek, Friedrich (1899-1992)
    º The Road to Serfdom 1944
Hicks, John (1904-1989)
    º Value and Capital 1939
Kelso, Louis Orth (1913-1991)
Keynes, John Maynard (1883-1946)
    º Keynesian economics
Kydland, Finn E. (1943-)
Lucas, Robert, Jr. (1937-)
Malthus, Thomas Robert (1766-1834) classical
Marshall, Alfred (1842-1924)
    º Principles of Economics 1890
Marx, Karl (1818-1883)
    º The Communist Manifesto
Max-Neef, Manfred
Mill, John Stuart (1806-1873)
Muth, John (1930-2005)
Prescott, Edward C. (1940-)
Ricardo, David (1772-1823) classical
    º Ricardian economics
Say, Jean-Baptiste (1767-1832)
Schumpeter, Joseph (1883-1950)
    º Creative destruction
Sen, Amartya (1933-)
Smith, Adam (1723-1790]) classical
    º The Wealth of Nations 1776
Stigler, George (1911-1991)
Stiglitz, Joseph (1943-)
    º Stigler diet
Uzawa, Hirofumi (1928-)
Veblen, Thorsten (1857-1929)
von Hayek, Friedrich (1899-1992)
von Mises, Ludwig (1881-1973)
Leon Walras (1834-1910)

Yahoo Search: Economists@Social Science: Economics

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INCOME DISTRIBUTION

Wikipedia
    º Category:Distribution of wealth
    º Category:Economic inequality
    º Category:Income distribution
    º List of countries by distribution of wealth
    º List of countries by income equality
    º List of countries by percentage of population living in poverty
Distribution of wealth
Economic efficiency
Economic inequality
Gini, Corrado (1884-1965)
    º Gini coefficient
Hoover index
Income distribution
Income inequality
    º Income inequality metrics
    º Income inequality in the United States
International inequality
Krugman, Paul (1953)
Lorenz curve
Pareto, Vilfredo (1848-1923)
    º Pareto efficiency
    º Pareto principle
Theil index
Wealth inequality in the United States


^ ECONOMICS
INDICATORS
also see.. Key Indicators

Association for Manufacturing Technology promoting technological advancements & improvements

Board of Governors of the Federal Governors
• banking systems, consumer information, economic research/data, education, monetary policy, regulating

Bureau of Census Economic Briefing Room U.S. economic data and reports
Bureau of Economic Analysis economy at a glance, labor, monthly employment & producer price index
The Conference Board reports on U.S. economic indicators
Economy.com ($) U.S. and international economic reports and analysis.
Institute for Supply Management (ISM) career center, monthly reports, purchasing

U.S. Census Bureau mfg shipments, inventories, orders, manufacturing & mineral industries publications..

WhiteHouse.gov, Economic Statistics Briefing Room
Employment, Income, International, Money
Output, Prices, Production, Transportation


^ ECONOMICS
INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL

Google Books
Warsh, David
    º Knowledge and the Wealth of Nations: A Story of Economic Discovery

Wikipedia
    º Category:Intellectual property law
Intellectual capital
Intellectual property exclusive market rights and applications for discoveries & invention, or for musical, literary and artistic works
    º Copyright
    º Industrial design right
    º Patent
    º Trademark
    º Trade secret


^ ECONOMICS
JOBS
also see.. Labor

Econ-jobs.com Economist Jobs
Job Openings for Economists (JOE) from the American Economic Association

^ ECONOMICS
KEY INDICATORS
also see.. Indicators

SIO Distribution
Industrial Production
Gross Domestic Product
Producer Price Index
ISM Report On Business

^ ECONOMICS
LABOR
also see.. Jobs

Bureau of Labor Statistics
Unemployment rate for previous years

Economic Policy Institute

FedStats.gov: Labor
    º Bureau of Labor Statistics

International Labor OrganizationUse It! (UN) Databases, Library, Links, Safety, Site Map, Training
Key Indicators of the Labour Market
    º Employment-to-population ratio, Hours of work, Unemployment
Indicator Trends


^ ECONOMICS
MACROECONOMICS

Brad DeLong's
Macroeconomics Online - Glossary, Useful Materials for Teaching Macro


^ ECONOMICS
MARX
also see.. Communism

Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice
Karl Marx and Fredrick Engels Internet Archive works, correspondence, images
Marx biography, ideas, texts: Dead Sociologists Society
Marx/Engels Internet Archive Search writings
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BANKING, CURRENCY, MONEY, MONETARY POLICY, FEDERAL RESERVE
also see.. §Credit Unions§
DIRECTORIES-Banking
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Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve

BookTV
Neil Irwin, The Alchemists: Three Central Bankers and a World on Fire (After Words)

C-SPAN Video Library
Federal Reserve and Large Financial Institutions (06-26-13) Fed Bank presidents & frmr FDIC chairman Bair testify: Dodd-Frank & “Too Big to Fail” banks

Fed101 interactive Federal Reserve System economic education

The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Banking
Consumer
Economic Data - U.S.
Economic Education

Federal Reserve BAnk of New York, SiteMap
Markets
Research

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
About the Fed
Banking
Consumer
Economic Research & Data
Educational Resources
Glossary (banking and monetary)
Publications
FederalReserveEducation.org

International Monetary Fund (IMF) - Index, SiteMap
Publications (Search), Browse by Subject, Title, or Author

KhanAcademy.org online video tutorials ( alt: YouTube )
Banking 1
Banking 2: A bank's income statement
Banking 3: Fractional Reserve Banking
Banking 4: Multiplier effect and the money supply
Banking 5: Introduction to Bank Notes
Banking 6: Bank Notes and Checks
Banking 7: Giving out loans without giving out gold
Banking 8: Reserve Ratios
Banking 9: More on Reserve Ratios (Bad sound)
Banking 10: Introduction to leverage (bad sound)
Banking 11: A reserve bank
Banking 12: Treasuries (government debt)
Banking 13: Open Market Operations
Banking 14: Fed Funds Rate
Banking 15: More on the Fed Funds Rate
Banking 16: Why target rates vs. money supply
Banking 17: What happened to the gold?
Banking 18: Big Picture Discussion
The Discount Rate
Repurchase Agreements (Repo transactions)
Federal Reserve Balance Sheet
Fractional Reserve Banking Commentary 1
FRB Commentary 2: Deposit Insurance
FRB Commentary 3: Big Picture
LIBOR

Wikipedia
    º Category:Banking
    º Category:Banking terms and equipment
    º Category:Banking in the United States
    º Category:Banknotes of the United States
    º Category:Economic history of the United States
    º Category:Central banks
    º Category:Collective investment schemes
    º Category:Cooperative banking
    º Category:Credit
    º Category:Credit cards
    º Category:Federal Reserve
    º Category:Financial crimes
    º Category:Financial institutions
    º Category:Financial ratios
    º Category:Financial services
    º Category:Gold standard
    º Category:History of banking
    º Category:History of economic thought
    º Category:History of money
    º Category:History of the Federal Reserve
    º Category:Interbank networks
    º Category:Interest rates
    º Category:Monetary policy
    º Category:Non-sufficient funds
    º Category:Securities
    º Category:United States federal currency legislation
    º A History of Money and Banking in the United States (book)
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    º Federal Reserve Notes
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    º World Council of Credit Unions
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    º Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
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Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
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    º #Board of Governors appointed by the President, staggered 14-year terms
    º Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board
    º List of Chairmen of the Federal Reserve
    º Monetary Policy Report to the Congress
    º Prime rate
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    º Late-2000s financial crisis
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    º Prime rate
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• Liquidity
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    º Installment loan
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    º Discount window
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Rothbard, Murray (1926-1995)
    º America's Great Depression (treatise)
    º The Case Against the Fed (book)
    º History of Money and Banking in the United States (book)
Savings banks
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Security (finance)
Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT)
Solvency
Systemically important financial institution
Systemic risk
Thrift institution
Too big to fail
Underwriting


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NEWS
AlterNet.org: Economy
Stories by Joshua Holland
News & Politics

Economist.com ($) Subscription

EconomicPrincipals.com by David Warsh, About
• Articles, largely university economics affecting historical awareness, political debate & public policy, not about the business cycle
• Links to journalists
Summaries of articles
    º ...and, Thanks to Her (and Him), They Didn't “monetarists” vs. “Keynesians”

RollingStone.com
The Big Takeover the AIG fiasco

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POPULATION
Population Division forecasts by nations and for world

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TAXATION

C-SPAN Video Library
• Munk Debates
    º Taxation increase taxes on the rich? Pro: Krugman/Papandreou Con: Gingrich/Laffer

Wikipedia
Keynes, John Maynard (1883-1946)
Khaldun, Ibn (1332-1406)
Krugman, Paul (1953)
Laffer, Arthur B. (1940)
    º Laffer curve
Optimal tax


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TELEVISION & VIDEO

BookTV
Neil Irwin, The Alchemists: Three Central Bankers and a World on Fire (After Words)

C-SpanVideo.org
Society of American Business Editors and Writers Business Editors on the Economy Apr4, 2013
    º Federal Debt and the Economy David Stockman and David Walker
    º Janet Yellen on the Federal Reserve's effects on the Economy
    º Stock Market and the Economy panel of Wall Street Traders and Financial Columnists

Youtube.com: BookTVUse It! Economics Playlist partial shows only!
Adam Cohen “Nothing to Fear” how five members of Roosevelt's inner-circle, convinced this fiscally conservative, pragmatic politician to develop New Deal legislation
After Words: Alan Beattie, “False Economy: A Surprising Economic History of the World”
After Words with Amity Shlaes “The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression” citizens, not the economic plan sustained people through the depression
After Words with Liaquat “Ahamed Lords of Finance: The Bankers Who Broke the World” following World War I & leading to the Great Depression
Allan Roth, “How a Second Grader BeatsWall Street” 25-year financier teaches an elementary school-aged child on wise investments
Allison Stanger, “One Nation Under Contract: The Outsourcing of American Power and the Future of Foreign Policy”
Andrew Sorkin, “Too Big To Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System--and Themselves”
Barry Ritholtz, “Bailout Nation” how misguided philosophies caused the national economy to decline
Bryan Burrough “The Big Rich” a history of how the Hunt, Cullen, Richardson & Murchison oil families in Texas ascended from local to national figures
Burton Weisbrod “Mission and Money” examination of the higher education industry
Daniel Goleman, “Ecological Intelligence” hidden impacts of the junk we bought can change everything
David Faber, “And Then the Roof Caved In: How Wall Street's Greed and Stupidity Brought Capitalism to Its Knees”
David Korten “Agenda for a New Economy” advocating replacement a Wall Street stock market system taht is based on the creation of phantom wealth & can't be fixed
David Smick “The World Is Curved: Hidden Dangers to the Global Economy” problems & fixes for the world's central banks & finance ministries, predictable collapse
Dean Baker “Plunder and Blunder” origins of the bubble economy & the collapse
Edward Gramlich “Subprime Mortgages: America's Latest Boom and Bust” Panel book discussion: solutions to increased foreclosure rates & variable rates on loans
Ellen Ruppel Shell, “Cheap: The High Cost of Discount Culture” poor quality products and an economy that excludes the working class
Gillian Tett, “Fools Gold” revolutionary financial instruments in banking & 2008 market events
Guy Sorman, “Economics Does Not Lie” free market capitalism has lifted a billion people out of poverty
Jerome Corsi, “America For Sale: Fighting the New World Order, Surviving a Global Depression, and Preserving USA Sovereignty”
Johan Norberg, “Financial Fiasco” how home ownership and easy money created the economic collapse
John Talbott, “The 86th Biggest Lies on Wall Street” exposing the biggest myths about the recession; Wall Street's role, & solutions
Justin Fox, “The Myth of the Rational Market: A History of Risk, Reward, and Delusion on Wall Street ”
Liaquat Ahamed, “Lords of Finance” & Paul Samuelson, “The Great Inflation and Its Aftermath”
Mark Zandi “Financial Shock” how the subprime mortgage crisis was created & future U.S. financial problems
Matt Miller “The Tyranny of Dead Ideas” shifting to better ideas as government can save business, higher taxes can save the economy, & business can save liberalism
Michael Panzner “When Giants Fall” economic opportunities with the coming age of power change
Muhammad Yunus “Creating a World Without Poverty” using micro-credit to help the poor - including in the U.S.
Nelson Lichtenstein, “The Retail Revolution: How Wal-Mart Created a Brave New World of Business” a history
Patrick J. Carr, “Hollowing out the Middle: The Rural Brain Drain and What it Means for America” changing small towns into inner city like communities
Pat Robertson, "Right on the Money" recommendations for maintaining economic stability
Philip Shabecoff “Poisoned Profits” linking corporate pollution to health problems in a high percentage of baby boomers' children
R. Frank, “The Economic Naturalist's Field Guide: Common Sense Principles for Troubled Times” the most important economic principles & worst economic myths
Richard Goldberg “The Battle for Wall Street” commercial & investment banks control of the markets
Robert Kaiser “So Much Damn Money” the rise of lobbying caused the decline of American politics, a system easily changed, but immobile
Robert Spector, “The Mom and Pop Store: How the Unsung Heroes of the American Economy Are Surviving and Thriving” community support in the economic downturn
Ron Robinson “Funding Fathers the Unsung Heroes of the Conservative Movement” early philanthropic funders of the conservative movement
Shari Olefson, author “Foreclosure Nation” consumers in the housing market crunch & the future housing market
T. Boone Pickens “The First Billion Is the Hardest” solution to U.S. energy problems
Thomas Woods, “Meltdown” the financial market's degeneration from a conservative perspective
Van Jones “The Green Collar Economy” green alternative investments for financial & ecological well being & jobs


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TUTORIALS
also see.. History
AmosWeb.comUse It!
Ask Mr. Economy - 7 Rules, Bio
Tests
Tutorials - Macroeconomics, Microeconomics
ECONOMIC GLOSS*arama glossary
Pedestrian's GUIDE to the ECONOMY

Aplia.com Business & Economics educational technology company by Paul Romer
Econ Blog News explanations for economics students

BizEd - SiteMap
Links
Learning Materials - Economics
Virtual Economy Glossary
Virtual Worlds - Developing Country, Economy, Factory, Learning Arcade


Brad DeLong's
New Economy
Macroeconomics Online - Glossary, Useful Materials for Teaching Macro

Carnegie Mellon U: Open Learning Initiative, Open & Free coursesUse It!
Economics

EconEdLink.org
Lessons
Links, Data Links
News"
Teacher Resources

EconModel.com
Classic Economic ModelsUse It!

MIT Open CoursewareUse It! All Courses Index, Audio/Video Courses
Economics
Sloan School of Management

National Council on Economic Education

Studyfinance.com for students of introductory finance at the University of Arizona
Time Value of MoneyUse It!

Wikipedia
    º Category:Economic history
    º Category:Economics
    º Category:Economic theories
    º Category:General economics
    º Category:History of economic thought
    º Category:History of economic thought, methodology, and heterodox approaches
    º Category:Political economy
    º Schools of economic thought
Annuity (finance theory)
Balance of payments
Classical economics 1776 to mid 19th century
Communism
Creative destruction
Deficit
    º Balance of payments
    º Government budget deficit: Deficit spending, Primary deficit, Structural deficit
    º Income deficit difference between family income and the poverty threshold
    º Trade deficit
Econometrics
    º Well-posed problem
Economic equilibrium
Economic history academic field
Economic history of the world historical events
Economic planning
Economics
Economic surplus
    º Consumer surplus
    º Government surplus
    º Producer surplus
Elasticity (economics) ratio of the percentage change in one variable to the percentage change in another
Fair value
Fiduciary confidence or trust relationship regarding management of money or property
Free market
Good (economics) tangible physical product as contrasted with a service
Heterodox economics
History of economic thought changes in economic ideas
Innovation economics
Labor theory of value
Mainstream economics
Marginal concepts
Marginalism
Marginal rate of substitution
Marginal rate of transformation
Marginal utility
Means of production
Mutualism (economic theory)
Neoclassical economics
Political economy
Price elasticity of demand
Price elasticity of supply
Price index
    º Consumer price index
    º GDP deflator
    º Producer price index
Schools of economic thought
Supply and demand
Time value of money
Welfare economics


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WALL STREET REFORM

C-SpanVideo.org
Society of American Business Editors and Writers Business Editors on the Economy Apr4, 2013
    º Federal Debt and the Economy David Stockman and David Walker
    º Stock Market and the Economy panel of Wall Street Traders and Financial Columnists

Wikipedia
Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
Financial crisis of 2007-2008
Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission
Great Recession 2008-2012
United States housing bubble 1997 - 2006
Wall Street and the Financial Crisis: Anatomy of a Financial Collapse (Levin-Coburn Report)


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