- Economist.com Economics Articles by Subject
Frequently updated articles of Economics and related areas with a cultural perspective on the global scale across major industires. This is the contents page to the individual article collections categorized by topics.
- About.com Economics Articles Index
Originally written by Economics experts at About.com, these articles would serve well in educating the basics of economics to the common audience without digging too much into the theories and schools of thoughts but instead by dealing with concepts and glossary terms of the practical significance.
- The Best of Economics
A collection of articles by Arnold Kling, topics range includes growth theory, saving, finance, social security, markets(Microeconomics), Macroeconomics, and Information Economics.
- Mises Institute Daily Articles Archive
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- Library of Economics and Liberty: Current Articles
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- Ten Recurring Economic Fallacies, 1774-2004
“As an American historian who knows something of economic law, having learned from the Austrians, I became intrigued with how the United States had remained prosperous, its economy still so dynamic and productive, given the serious and recurring economic fallacies to which our top leaders (political, corporate, academic) have subscribed and from which they cannot seem to free themselves – and alas, keep passing down to the younger generation.” …
- The Economics of Abundance
“It may sound to the uninitiated as though science fiction conferences are bad places to go for insights into economics, but the uninitiated would be wrong. One of the more interesting sf phenomena of the last fifteen years or so has been the creation of a more economically literate science fiction, which gets away from the libertarian ‘competent man’ certitudes of much of the early writing in the genre. ” …
- Don’t Believe Those Inflation Numbers
… “As always, government officials are attempting to underreport the inflation estimates. Although the CPI shows that inflation increased from a monthly rate of .2 percent in June to .3 percent in July, government officials have reported that inflation declined from June to July. They get this result by estimating a “core inflation rate.” This core rate excludes product prices that are “volatile,” and by volatile they mean rising faster than other prices. Excluding the most inflationary prices from the CPI estimates allows the feds to conceal the true harm of inflation. ” …
- Keep Learning – Teens & Their Money
be prepared to be shocked by how many articles and books and other resources listed in this article, mostly on fool.com
- Your Money Counts Articles
Comprehensive articles on managing spending, credit, financing your college, just about everything you should know about making money work for you and your beloved.