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View Resource The Research Library of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Maintained by the staff at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, this website provides a host of thoughtful papers on economic policy, along with offering links to a wide variety of related resources, such as those dealing with the state of global economic affairs and economic history and price indices. From the homepage, visitors can browse through international, national, and regional research...
View Resource Backgrounder: Council on Foreign Relations

The Council on Foreign Relations provides a number of services for the general public, and in the past they have offered up public discussions, forums, and other outreach activities. In addition, they offer the "Backgrounders" series, which offer succinct explanations of current political and economic issues. First-time users can visit the "Most Recent" area to peruse the latest piece, or they can...
View Resource CyberEconomics

Professor Robert Schenk of Saint Joseph's College in Indiana has created this fantastic digital economics textbook for those with an interest in the so-called "dismal science". In the introduction, Professor Schenk notes that the work is "an easy-to-read approach to economics with a variety of interactive problems and questions." The site includes a table of contents, complete with chapters such...

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