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View Resource International Journal of Game Theory

The web site for the International Journal of Game Theory provides abstracts of all articles in past issues of the journal. The site also provides a mailing list that offers abstracts of articles in forthcoming issues of the journal.
View Resource JSTOR: The Journal of Economic History

JSTOR has The Journal of Economic History to its collection of journals. Issues from 1941 to 1997 (v. 1-57) are now available for users at subscribing institutions. Note: access to JSTOR contents is currently available only on a site licence basis to academic institutions. A list of institutions with site licenses is available.
View Resource Wall Street Journal

This portal from the publishers of The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) offers a wide selection of business news and resources. Users can read highlights from the WSJ, breaking business news, or view targeted news, research and resources for any of the 29 industries listed. The site also features delayed composite prices on US stocks, with links to background information and press releases, and a...
View Resource Economic Review: 2000 Quarter 1, Vol. 36, No. 1

The first issue of the 2000 quarterly publication Economic Review from the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland contains three articles, "Dual-Currency Economies as Multiple-Payment Systems," "New Results on the Rationality of Survey Measures of Exchange-Rate Expectations," and "The Fiscal Theory of the Price Level."
View Resource Theory & Science

Theory & Science is a "peer reviewed, academic journal that is devoted to the discussion of theory, science, and social change." Affiliated with the International Consortium for Alternative Academic Publication (ICAAP), Theory & Science is offered free of charge. The first issue, published fall of 2000, contains five feature articles, including "Towards An Understanding Of The Global Market...
View Resource The Berkeley Law and Economics Working Papers

The John M. Olin Foundation Program in Law, Economics, and Institutions at U.C. Berkeley Law School presents the Volume 2001 Fall Issue of the Berkeley Law & Economics Working Papers. These papers have been published by (last mentioned in the April 5, 2001 Scout Report) and include "Flexible Citizenship For a Global Society", "Aligning the Interests of Lawyers and Clients", and...
View Resource IMF Staff Papers

The quarterly journal IMF Staff Papers "makes available to a wider audience research papers prepared by the members of the IMF staff." The March 1999 issue looks at skilled and unskilled workers in Spain, deindustrialization in advanced economies, and the story of exchange rate deviations from purchasing power parity in two monetary unions.
View Resource International Economic Trends

This publication from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis offers economic overviews and financial markets for countries in North America, Europe, and Asia.