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If an economic question you would try to understand, you will surely find the answer in supply and in demand. (Also, schools of economics, economic systems, etc.)
Website by Tejvan Pettinger which tries to simplify economics and make the subject easier for a typical citizen to understand.
Popular economics meets pop culture book from Steven Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner which was published on April 12, 2005 and later turned into a blog and podcast.
The Federal Reserve Economic Data platform provides free graphs and charts for a broad array of financial and economic metrics.
The International Monetary Fund is an international organization of countries founded on December 27, 1945.Their goal is to work together to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world.
Personal website of one of the world's leading economists.
MIT: The Billion Price Project
Records daily prices at hundreds of online merchants to estimate consumer price inflation in real-time. A sister service offering paid granular data and research is available at pricestats.com.
Provides analysis and forecasts of economic conditions.
An alterative to the Billion Price Project which uses human shoppers with smartphones to measure real world prices in grocery stores and other retailers around the world.
John Williams' Shadow Government Statistics website launched in 2003 and provides alternative analysis of official government statistics.
Steve Keen's Debtwatch
Influential blog covering the impact of debt on the global economy.
Magazine focused on the study of economics and ongoing shifts to the global economy.
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