A variety of economics resources
Economics Research Starters
Links to Research Starters related to economics. From EBSCO.
Economics and finance
Videos on microeconomics, macroeconomics, etc.
“Helping to Simplify Economics”.
News, comment, analysis and theory – for students
Website of the magazine.
History of Economic Thought
A guide to schools of thought and individual economists.
New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics
Features “the world’s most influential economists writing … in their areas of expertise.”
Resources for Economics
UEA’s guide to resources.
Advice, help and information for Economics undergraduates.
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See also Economics words
50 Economics Classics
by Tom Butler-Bowdon
Basic Economics: A Common Sense Guide to the Economy
by Thomas Sowell. 5th edn.
by John Sloman, Alison Wride, Dean Garratt. 9th edn.
The Economics Book
(Big Ideas Simply Explained)
The Economist: Economics
by Saugato Datta (ed.). 2nd edn.
Essentials of Economics
by John Sloman, Dean Garratt. 6th edn.
Essential Economics for Business
by John Sloman and Elizabeth Jones. 4th edn.
Global Political Economy : Evolution and Dynamics
by Robert O’Brien and Marc Williams. 5th edn.
Globalization : A Very Short Introduction
by Manfred Steger. 2nd edn.
by Manfred Gärtner. 3rd edn.
by Hugh Gravelle and Ray Rees. 3rd edn.
A Dictionary of Economics
by John Black, Nigar Hashimzade and Gareth Myles. 5th edn.
Adam’s Fallacy: a guide to economic theology
by Duncan K. Foley
Capital in the Twenty-First Century
by Thomas Piketty
Economics uncut : a complete guide to life, death and misadventure
by Simon W. Bowmaker (ed.)
From Political Economy to Economics
by Dimitris Milonakis and Ben Fine
Happiness : A Revolution in Economics
by Bruno S. Frey
International Economics: Theory and Policy
by Paul Krugman, Maurice Obstfeld and Marc Melitz. 10th edn.
by Ben Fine and Alfredo Saad-Filho. 6th edn.
Modern Macroeconomics : Its Origins, Development & Current State
by B. Snowdon and H.R. Vane
Rethinking Development Economics
by Ha-Joon Chang
The Wealth of Nations
by Adam Smith