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Subject: Econ. Resources on the Internet [6 of 20]

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Resources for Economists on the Internet, Vol. 4, No. 2, September, 1999 Editor: Bill Goffe <Bill.Goffe@usm.edu> Editorial Assistant: Elise Braden <elise@econlit.org> Part 6 of 20 This guide, sponsored by the American Economic Association, lists more than 1,000 resources on the Internet of interest to academic and practicing economists, and those interested in economics. Almost all resources are also described. Resources for Economists on the Internet (RFE) is a copyrighted work of the American Economic Association (the "AEA"). Permission to make digital, electronic or hard copies of part or all of RFE for personal or classroom use, Usenet distribution, or mailing lists is granted, provided that copies are not made or distributed for profit or direct commercial advantage and that whole copies show the following notice: "Resources for Economists on the Internet (RFE), Copyright 1999 American Economic Association" Otherwise the AEA owns the exclusive right to print, publish, distribute, reproduce, sell, prepare derivative works, transmit, download, or otherwise transfer copies of RFE. Copyrights of components of this work owned by others than the AEA must be honored and attributed to the rightful owner. Abstracting and short quotes are permitted. To copy otherwise or to republish otherwise, including on web pages, in whole or in part requires prior specific permission. Permissions may be requested from the American Economic Association, 2014 Broadway, Suite 305, Nashville, TN 37203, or via E-mail: aeainfo@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu. RFE is provided without any express or implied warranty. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- For distribution via Usenet, this FAQ is split into 20 parts as large files don't travel well on Usenet. For other locations of this guide, see the section titled "1.5 Where to Obtain This Guide" in part 2. 3.0 Economists, Departments, & Universities 3.1 Braintrack University Index This site lists some 4,600 universities around the world. # http://www.braintrack.com/ 3.2 College and University Home Pages This site contains a somewhat dated list of some 3,000 colleges and universities home pages around the world. It is arranged both alphabetically and geographically, and is organized by Christina DeMello. # http://www.mit.edu:8001/people/cdemello/univ.html 3.3 American Universities Home Pages This site maintains a very current list of some 1,200 U.S. university home pages. It is organized by Mike Conlon. # http://www.clas.ufl.edu/CLAS/american-universities.html 3.4 Marr and Kirkwood Official Guide to Business School Webs Wayne Marr and Hal Kirkwood have put together this very useful guide to business school sites on the web. They also rank the quality of the web sites. # http://www.bschool.com/ 3.5 Yahoo Directory of Business Schools This portion of Yahoo lists numerous business schools. # http://www.yahoo.com/Business_and_Economy/Business_Schools/ 3.6 Econ. Departments, Institutes and Research Centers in the World (EDIRC) [lists more than 4,000 departments, organizations, etc.] This list has more than 4,000 economic institutions: departments, institutes, and research institutes. The list is arranged by country; the U.S. section lists more than 1,000. # http://ideas.uqam.ca/EDIRC/index.html 3.7 Economics Departments Outside the U.S. Lief Bluck and David Giles of the Department of Economics, University of Victoria, British Columbia, lists "home pages" (that is, web sites) of different departments and colleges of economics outside the U.S. # http://web.uvic.ca/econ/depts.html 3.8 Economics Departments in the U.S. Ed Price, of the Department of Economics & Legal Studies in Business, Oklahoma State University, lists home pages of economics and agricultural economics departments in the U.S. # http://price.bus.okstate.edu/econdept.html 3.9 Association for Univ. Business and Economic Research (AUBER) This site, part of the Raymond M. Haas Center for Business Research and Economic Development at the University of West Florida, lists members of this association. # http://www.cbred.uwf.edu/auber.htm 3.10 Economics Departments with PhD Programs This site, run by Thad Mirer of the University of Albany, is is based on one from "Peterson's Guide to Graduate Programs in the Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences, 1997." It lists programs in the U.S. and Canada. # http://www.albany.edu/econ/eco_phds.html 3.11 American Economics Association (AEA) Directory of Members This electronic version of the directory is offered by the AEA and the Economics Department at the University of Texas in Austin. It contains addresses, phone numbers, research fields, biographical data, and e-mail addresses. Data is from the 1998 Membership List, (which has e-mail addresses) and 1993 Survey of Members. Note that updates should NOT be sent here, but to the AEA. The directory has a fairly sophisticated search capability, but only the first 256 matches will be returned. However, one must be a bit thoughtful in using it. For instance, if I wanted to find all economists in Mississippi, I might search for MS. However, this will not match Miss. or Mississippi, and it will match Adams and those with MS degrees. Thus, searches are not restricted to one particular field and are not case sensitive. # http://www.eco.utexas.edu/AEA/ # Information: <aea@eco.utexas.edu> 3.12 International Directory of Finance and Economics Professionals This site, run at UCLA, is a directory of both finance and economics researchers. Currently, most of the database consists of finance professionals, but it intends to expand to economists. One can easily add or subtract a listing. # http://next.agsm.ucla.edu/dir/ 3.13 Directory of Canadian Economists and Economics Departments This site, part of the Canadian Economics Association, lists CAE members. The database can be searched in many different ways (even by city). # http://www.economics.ca/directory.html 3.14 Directory of International Economists This directory lists the e-mail addresses of economists with an international focus. There is also a short listing of organizations with the same focus. # http://www.ag.iastate.edu/journals/rie/dir.htm 3.15 Economists on the World Wide Web This site, run by Kuan-Pin Lin, lists the home pages of a number of economists. If you wish to add yours, you can e-mail him or use a form on the page. There is some overlap with the previous listing. # http://eclab.ch.pdx.edu/ecwww/ # Information: Kuan-Pin Lin <kuan-pin@ch2.ch.pdx.edu> 3.16 Economists with Web Pages This site, run by John Irons, lists the home pages of a number of economists. If you wish to add yours, you can e-mail John or use a form on the page. There is some overlap with the next listing. # http://www.mit.edu:8001/people/irons/ecgeek.html # Information: John Irons <irons@mit.edu>