Finding Web Resources: Economics

There is no shortage of Economics resources on the Internet, but it is important to recognize high quality, authoritative information: Finding Quality Web Information

Professional organizations:

Specialized websites and resources are listed elsewhere in the Economics Subject Guide such as Background InformationStatistics, and People.
 

BEOnline Plus
Though the emphasis is on American information, there is some international coverage of business, economic, and related online resources selected by the Library of Congress. You can browse by title or subject.
http://www.loc.gov/rr/business/beonline/

International Monetary Fund
The IMF is an organization that works to foster global growth and economic stability. The IMF website provides information on research being conducted by the organization, data and statistics, as well as numerous financial and economic videos.

Intute
Provides international resources of high quality for academic users. Easily searchable, and sections can be browsed. A valuable tool is the virtual training suite that offers tips on efficient researching. 

Resources for Economists on the Internet (RFE)
This guide provides lists of over 2,000 Economic resources. All listings are annotated and updated regularly. The Table of Contents provides excellent organization of resources alongside a search bar. This is an excellent tool for an academic audience or practicing economists.

Date Revised: 2022-02-18