Links for Economists
Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA): produces and disseminates economic accounts statistics that provide a picture of economic activity in the United States.
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS): principal fact-finding agency for the federal government in the broad field of labor economics and statistics.
Council of Economic Advisers: includes text of the Economic Report of the President, whitepapers, and the monthly Economic Indicators publication.
The Dead Economists Society: provides information on the extraordinary insights of classical liberal economists.
EconLit: the AEA's electronic bibliography of economics literature throughout the world.
The Economist: provides insight and opinion on international news, world politics, business, finance, science and technology, and cultural trends.
Fedstats: statistics from federal agencies, available broken down geographically, by agency, or in other forms.
Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED): hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
Inomics: contains an economics search engine, job openings for economists, and conference calls in economics as well free alert services for the latter.
Office of Management and Budget: official White House site.
Omicron Delta Epsilon: international collegiate Economics honor society.
Panel Study of Income Dynamics: longitudinal survey of a representative sample of U.S. individuals (men, women, and children) and the families in which they reside, ongoing since 1968.
The Resources for Economists website.
World Bank Group: Source of development assistance for developing nations. Comprises the Int'l Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Int'l Development Association, the Int'l Finance Corp, the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, and the Int'l Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes.