Useful Internet Links for ECO 41: International Economics
of the Long Island University's Library.
ECO 41 Page on
the Economics Department’s Web site
Economics-Related Web Sites
Online Bookstores, etc.
General Links | Globalization | Migration |
Outsourcing | Robert Mundell | EMU |
EU | Currency Crises | International Organizations
| PPP | Currency Data
General Links to Course-Related Material on the
There is an enormous amount of material on the Internet that could potentially
be useful in any International Economics course. Given below are some general
- Resources for Economists:
this site, although general, is often the best place to start.
- Alta Plana International
Economics Gateway: this is a gateway site, meaning that it has links to
other sites on the Internet that have valuable content.
- Web Resources for International
Economics & Business: a very useful site
containing valuable course material, including Prof. D. Y. Lee's lecture notes.
the World Macroeconomy : Prof. Nouriel Roubini’s amazingly rich site on
International Macroeconomics, for his MBA course. See also his commercial Web
site, RGE Monitor.
another gateway site for International Economics.
International trade statistics 2005, WTO
World Trade Report 2005, WTO
- International Trade
and Business Reference Page.
- Empirical Investigations in International
Trade, maintained by Jon Haveman.
Trade Data Sources, maintained by John Kane.
- Penn World Tables
6.1: internationally comparable data for
for some or all of the
World Development Reports, World Bank
Development Indicators 2005, World Bank
Survey: Migration, The Economist,
October 31, 2002
This is Bangalore
Calling: Hang Up or Speed Dial? by Catherine L. Mann, Economic Commentary,
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, January 15, 2005 (see
Muddles over Outsourcing by Jagdish Bhagwati, Arvind Panagariya, and T. N.
Srinivasan, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 18 No. 4, Fall 2004,
Demystifying Outsourcing by Mary Amiti and Shang-Jin Wei, Finance and
Development, December 2004
Perspective: Outsourcing Jobs Overseas: A Cause for Concern? by
Jane Sneddon Little, Regional Review, Quarter 2/3 2004, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Is your job headed for Bangalore? by Martin N. Baily
and Diana Farrell, The Milken Institute Review, Fourth Quarter, 2004
Survey: Outsourcing, The Economist, November 11, 2004
Robert A. Mundell
Foreign Exchange data
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