Additional Resources

Population Reference Bureau (PRB), a "one-stop source for U.S. population data" administered by the Population Reference Bureau and the Social Science Data Analysis Network.

The Better Business Bureau and its office for Metropolitan Washington.

The Dismal Scientist: "provides comprehensive and timely economic data and analysis, at the metro, state, and national level by recognized economists."

Gelman Library's list of on-line economic resources.

Inomics, an internet site "especially tailored to the needs of economists. At this site you can find job openings for economists, conference announcements as well as a search engine for economic information."

National Bureau of Economic Research

The National Council for Science and the Environment archive of Congressional Research Service Reports. The CRS reports are prepared for members of Congress and are not directly released to the public; the NCSE has obtained copies of the reports and made them available on-line.

Nobel Prize in Economic Science Winners, a listing of all of the Nobel prize winners since 1969 with links to descriptions of their research, part of the Nobel Prize Internet Archive.

Dr. T's Econ links: "provides a comprehensive, yet concise, index of useful links for Economists and anyone interested in Economics, Business and Finance."WebEc (World Wide Web Resources in Economics, U.S. mirror site), "WebEc is an effort to categorize free information in economics on the WWW"

The International Economics Study Center

Accounting Certificate Programs