Economics Resources

Canadian Association of International Development Mailing List. The body of the message should be subscribe CASID-L firstname lastname.
Communication and International Development Mailing List. The body of the message should be subscribe COMDEV firstname lastname.
Development Network News is a monthly E-Journal dealing with technology transfer in international development. For more information and subscription requests contact R. R. Ronkin.
EconData Web at the University of Maryland.
Economic and Social Development. ECON-SOC-DEVT is a multidisciplinary list for the academic discussion of national economic and social development in developing countries and countries in transition. The body of the message should be subscribe ECON-SOC-DEVT firstname lastname.
Economy of Less Developed Countries (LDCs) List. ECONOMY is a mailing list aimed at analyzing economic problems, theories, policies, social conditions, political settings, etc of LDCs and their relationships with the industrial world. The economy and economic problems of LDCs have become real laboratories for the economic disciln nenmic policy measures. The body of the message should be subscribe ECONOMY firstname lastname.
FUTUREWORK is an open unmoderated discussion forum. The body of the message should be subscribe FUTUREWORK firstname lastname. FW-L is a moderated subset of the discussion on FUTUREWORK. The body of the message should be subscribe FW-L firstname lastname. Both lists are devoted to discussion of the ways communities worldwide deal with economic globalization and technological change. Both are maintained by Sall Lerner. FUTUREWORK is archived.
Global Change. GLOBAL.CHANGE is a discussion forum for economic historians interested in the study of long-run structural changes in the international economy and in social organization. The list, sponsored by the Cliometric Society, is moderated by C. Knick Harley, Kevin J. O'Rourke, and Alan M. Taylor. An archive is available. The body of the message should be subscribe GLOBAL.CHANGE firstname lastname.
International Development List. INTDEV-L is devoted to the study of international political and economic development. The body of the message should be subscribe INTDEV-L firstname lastname.
International Network for Advanced Political Economy. For more information contact K. M. Stokes.
International Political Economy. IPE is a discussion group that will allow persons around the world interested in International Political Economy to discuss matters of mutual concern. Possible topics for discussion might includes but is not limited to any of the following: NAFTA, regional trade blocks, trade regimes, long cycles, historical world systems, the EEC, currency and market crises, democracy and governance, and commodity negotiations. An archive is available. The body of the message should be subscribe IPE firstname lastname.
International Political Economy. RIP-POL-ECON is devoted to all aspects of international political economy particularly understanding and facilitating social change. It is maintained by Angus Cameron. An archive is available. The body of the message should be subscribe RIP-POL-ECON firstname lastname.
International Trade Policy List. TRADE has been set up to facilitate discussion of international trade policy. Subjects could include items such as NAFTA, the Uruguay Round, US trade policy and related issues. Although TRADE has been organized by international trade economists we hope to attract participation by a wide group of interested parties. Participation by individuals outside the United States is welcomed. An archive is available. The body of the message should be subscribe TRADE firstname lastname.
OMRI Economic Digest. ECON is a weekly newsletter devoted to coverage of economic developments in the former Soviet Union and east-central and southeastern Europe. The body of the message should be subscribe ECON firstname lastname.
PRAXIS Resources on Social and Economic Development. This is a service maintained by Richard Estes of the School of Social Work at the University of Pennsylvania.
Quantitative Recurrent History. QUANHIST.RECURRENT is a moderated list devoted to the comparative and quantitative study of economic istory. It is sponsored by the Cliometric Society. The editors are Francesco Galassi and Bertrand Roehner. An archive is available. The body of the message should be subscribe QUANHIST.RECURRENT firstname lastname.
Rural Development Discussion List. RURALDEV is a list intended for the international discussion of community and rural economic development. The list is maintained by Ron Young. The body of the message should be subscribe RURALDEV firstname lastname.
Statistical Resources on the Web.
Virtual Library of International Development. A well designed collection of links to international development resources. Specific region, type of organization, and resource themes are all easily defined.
Web Economics.



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