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Many of these links are now "not found."  At some point, I will conduct another search for econ clubs.  Meanwhile, if you have a new URL for your club, send an e-mail to webmaster@econclubs.com.  

Keep up with the latest news and views in economics at The Economics Roundtable.

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Add Your Econ Club to the List

To add your Econ Club to the list, send an e-mail to webmaster@econclubs.com.  Please include your institution name, your state or country, and your club's web page URL.

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The American Economic Association offers a student membership for $31.

The National Association for Business Economics offers a student membership for $40.

The economics honorary society Omicron Delta Epsilon has chapters at many colleges and universities.  (List of chapters with web sites, if known.)  You have to join through your local chapter.

Thinking about going to graduate school?

You will find useful information and links to additional sites at www.econgrads.com, www.chrissilvey.com, and www.econphd.net

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The Econ Review
The on-line journal present a historical perspective on economics, focusing of the major points that should should be familiar to all economics students.

Classic Economic Models
Learn how to think like an economist by working with 20 of the most important models in economics.  A one-year subscription to the Classic Economic Models is $20.

Resources for Students

If you need macro data for a paper or you just want to see what has been going on with the numbers, look here first.  The same numbers are available elsewhere, but Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (FRED) does the best job of providing easy access.  Plus, FRED automatically makes the best economics graphs.

The Bureau of Economic Analysis generates the GDP numbers we see so often in the press.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics covers the labor market and consumer prices and has the best links to other government sources.

If you need a term paper idea, this is place to look.  The Congressional Information Service is a printed  indexing and abstraction service for Congressional publications.  (CIS is available through Lexus/Nexus at many schools.)  The content is serious economics without the math found in economics journals.  Plus, almost everything Congress considers is an interesting issue.

You will either start or end your search with Resources for Economists on the Internet.  If it is not listed here, you probably do not want it.


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