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- BBC News: Business — Global economic news from a British perspective.
- Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Education — This center at the University of Missouri-St. Louis provides lesson plans on economics.
- Chazen Web Journal of International Business — The Columbia Business School provides this online periodical dealing with issues related to international business and economics.
- Commanding Heights: The Battle for the World Economy — This six-part PBS series on globalization, world trade, and economic development is available online, along with a timeline, glossary, teacher's guide, and other resources.
- Consumer Action Website — Access to the federal government’s Consumer Action Handbook and links to a consumer directory.
- Consumer Consequences — This online game allows users to assess how sustainable their lifestyle choices are.
- Economicae — Definitions of hundreds of economic terms, plus profiles of famous economists.
- Economic Education: EcEdWeb — Numerous teaching resources plus links to economics-related web sites. Maintained at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
- Economic History Services — Listing of databases in economic history, essays, discussion groups, an “Ask the Professor” feature, and a collection of course syllabi. Maintained by the Economic History Association.
- The Economic Statistics Briefing Room — Reports and statistics on income, employment, production, prices, money, credit, markets, transportation, and international trade, among other economic matters. A service of the White House.
- Economic Report of the President — An annual report on the state of the economy, prepared by the Chief of the President's Council of Economic Advisors in conjunction with submission of the budget to Congress.
- Economics Blog — Professor John Kane of SUNY-Oswego provides this list of economics blogs.
- The Economics Classroom — An online workshop for economics teachers in grades 9-12. From the Annenberg Foundation.
- Eldis: Gateway to Development Information — Searchable data bases of information on economic development around the world. From the Institute for Development Studies, Sussex.
- Fed 101 — An introduction to the Federal Reserve system, with student and teacher material, from the Federal Reserve Bank in Kansas City.
- Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco: Educational Resources — Another set of useful tools for teaching economics from the Fed.
- Foundation for Teaching Economics — Online lesson plans and courses.
- Games Economists Play — Marietta College economists Greg Delemeester and Jurgen Brauer provide a compilation of 160 non-computerized economic games for classroom use.
- Global 3.0 — A series of radio programs and print articles on globalization from reporters Chris Farrell and John Biewen.
- Globalization101 — The Center for Strategic and International Studies provides interdisciplinary lessons and issues briefs related to the phenomenon of globalization and related policy questions.
- Great Ideas for Teaching Economics — Professor Ralph Byrns of the University of North Carolina has collected hundreds of teaching ideas from other economics instructors.
- H.I.P. Pocket Change — The U.S. Mint provides this educational page for students; teaching ideas are also provided.
- Inside the Vault — An economic education newsletter from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
- Journal of Economic Education — Articles on teaching techniques, materials, and programs in economics. While targeted primarily for college instructors, the journal will also interest high school teachers, especially AP teachers.
- Junior Achievement — The free enterprise education organization provides sample lessons, an online newsletter, and other resources for teachers. A special Student Center provides resources for students, including information on business ethics.
- Kiplinger OnLine — Kiplinger Magazine online, providing business and financial information.
- Levy Economics Institute — This research center at Bard College provides policy briefs on economics issues.
- Library of Economics and Liberty — With support from the Liberty Fund, this site provides an encyclopedia of economics as well as numerous articles on topics related to economics.
- The Mint — An interactive site on personal finance issues for middle and high school students. From Northwestern Mutual and the National Council on Economic Education.
- More or Less — This BBC site helps users understand the uses of statistics, with a particularly strong focus on economics.
- My Money — A financial literacy site from the federal government.
- National Bureau of Economic Research — Scholarly papers and links to other economics resources online.
- National Council on Economic Education — Information on the group's curriculum standards and EconEdLink, a source for interactive web-based economics lessons.
- Our Money — An instructional unit on currency, including the history of money, from the Federal Reserve Bank in Minneapolis.
- Peanuts and Crackerjack — The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston provides a unit on the economics of professional sports.
- Resources for Economists on the Internet — Links to more than 1,500 sites provided by the American Economic Association.
- Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research — Economic news, policy briefings, and more.
- Teaching Economics As If People Mattered — Lesson plans from United for a Fair Economy, a group that advocates for greater economic equality.
- U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics — Economic data from the U.S. government, including the Consumer Price Index.
- Visualizing Economics — Features maps and charts that make economic data come alive. From economist and designer Catherine Mulbrandon.
- Vox — The Centre for Economic Policy Research provides "research-based policy analysis and commentary from Europe’s leading economists."
- Wall Street Journal Classroom Edition — Activities and background information on economic concepts.
- Why Study Economics — One of several interesting economics sites from Britain’s Higher Education Academy, this site provides a rationale for learning about economics. Also of note are the Economics Network and the Internet Economist.