- Dr. T's EconLinks.com
- Dr. T's comprehensive collection of links for Economists and anyone interested in
Economics, Business and Finance.
- Multiple links to periodicals, reports, lecture notes, and basic models in economics.
Oriented towards the introductory student.
Growth Resources - These pages are designed as a resource for researchers studying
- Links to international economic data.
Rankings of Countries - Countries of the world ranked by economic statistics, based on
CIA world factbook figures.
- EDIRC -
Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centers - EDIRC is a searchable index
of economics departments, institutes and research centers throughout the world maintained
by Christian Zimmermann, University of Quebec at Montreal.
& Economics Center - central bank links, statistical agencies links, sotock
exchange links, finance dictionary, currency converter, online quotes, more than 300
economics and finance departments links to universities around the globe
- FindLaw: Law and
Economics - Links to law and economics resources, journals, working papers,
bibliographies, associations, academic programs, and experts.
- Free service providing access to over one million economic and financial data series.
- The Internet service for economists is free and contains an economics search engine, job
openings for economists, conference calls in economics as well free alert services for the
Resources for Economists - This site, managed by John Kane of SUNY-Oswego, contains an
extensive collection of links to economics resources on the internet.
- LLEK Bookmarks Scientific
Search Engines - Economics - Provides catalog of directories, economics-related search
engines and additional starting points.
- Economics resources - Provides annotated links to economics resources.
Alexander's Economics Pages - A listing of interesting economics and job search links
for the practicing economist, the educator, or simply the curious.
Economics Links - Searchable database of links to network economics-related resources.
- Research Papers in Economics
(RePEc) - Collaborative volunteer effort to enhance the dissemination of research in
Economics Links - Links to Economics resources, especially relating to the Internet
and to Connecticut.
List: Economics Internet Resources - Index maintained by the Department of Social
Sciences at Western Connecticut State University, and is part of a larger WCSU index of
resources for the social sciences.
- WebEc -
WWW Resources in Economics - WebEc is a classification effort to improve the
availability of free information in economics on the WWW.
- A selection of stories about historic people and events.
History - Volunteers answer all your one-on-one questions about all aspect of history.
- Alliance History
Directory - Reviews and directory of history websites catalogued by university
Dead Media Project - Our culture is experiencing a profound radiation of new species
of media. This project is an attempt to catalogue many past forms of media so future
generations might remember them. It's an anthropology study, a media history and a
- Electronic Cultural Atlas
Initiative - Scholarly initiative to create a comprehensive interactive electronic
historical world atlas combining mapping, imagery, and texts. Aims, technology, scope,
themes, news, membership, conference.
Historian Underground - This site provides articles, links, and other resources
related to historiography and historical methodology, as well as philosophy of history.
Text Archive - Articles, books, and links for historical texts from several countries.
- History and
Historical Information Resources - Resources for professors and students in History,
including a database of historical movies.
- History Center
- Short biographies of famous historical figures, descriptions of historical events, plus
this day in history.
Explained - Examines the background history that is needed to understand the major
economic and political problems in the world today.
- History Guide -
Internet-based subject gateway to scholarly relevant information in history, maintained at
the State and University Library at Göttingen, Germany. Searchable by subject and by
- History House -
History like you should have learned it. Bizarre stories, trivia, and books every week.
- History Hub - History and
world events; book reviews and links.
- The History Net
- Expansive site with categorized history articles, weekly features, thumbnailed picture
gallery, discussion board, and special events and exhibits.
- The History
Page - A comprehensive directory of links, organized by period.
- History Portal -
Links to history sites organized by topic, time period, region, and historical figure.
- The History
Ring - A web ring which links over a thousand historical web sites.
- The History Web -
Dedicated to specific historical events which are surrounded by mystery, conspiracy and
- History World -
Describes world history in interconnecting narratives and illustrated timelines. You can
search for events by theme, place and year. Edited by Bamber Gascoigne.
- InHeritage - A
history Web site development firm specializing in historic preservation and historical
Heitmann's History Page - Comprehensive collection of links to history resources aimed
at high school students.
Educational Resource Center - Directory of sites covering American, ancient, world and
modern history, social studies, reference sources, study tips and related resources.
- Ocean - Indexes
the best history content on the net, including material in History World, from which it
evolved. Also offers a toolbar with history search and timeline of world history.
the Ages - A history forum dedicated to those who want to learn more about history and
even see their own articles featured on the site and their manscript length writings on
- A Priori - History
Directory - Searchable directory of resources and educational material.
- Provides an overview of Western history From ancient Sumeria to World War Two, including
profiles of major figures, timelines, photos, and interactive features.
- List of history links sorted by period, without anotation.
- True Stories
- Offbeat and unusual stories taken from history.
- Virtual Quincy Directory
- A collection of links to various sites related to historical events and institutions.
- Western Culture
- Links to websites about Western Culture and an online book on the topic.
- World Wide Web
Virtual Library: History - Extensive University of Kansas-maintained directory of
history resources, sorted into research methods, topics, eras and epochs, and regions.