An "independent, not-for-profit think tank that works to reduce global poverty and inequality by encouraging policy change in the U.S. and other rich countries through rigorous research and active engagement with the policy community."
Among the materials furnished are links to documents in various IMF series: "Country Reports," "Working Papers," "Economic Issues," and "Policy Discussion Papers"; transcripts, statements, speeches, and remarks; relevant editions of the IMF Survey Magazine
This site claims to be the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics available freely on the Internet. Over 600,000 items of research can be browsed or searched, and over 500,000 can be downloaded in full text.
A site of free, easily available economic time series data (>400,000) useful for economic research, in particular economic forecasting. This site was started in 1996 to help students in an Applied Forecasting class.
Is an economic indicator based on modeling of customer evaluations of the quality of goods and services purchases in the U.S and produced by both domestic and foreign firms with substantial market share.
The report contains an index ranking 130 economies on a 1-10 scale in five categories: size of government; legal structure/security of property rights; access to sound money; freedom to exchange with foreigners; and regulation of credit, labor (e.g., mini
This blog attempts to explain the economy and economics of everyday life. Topics
include home mortgage deductions on income taxes, bank nationalization, worker
layoffs, economic stimulus plans, happiness, and how "the recession is helping
foment a return