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Economics

This guide assists the Economics student and faculty researcher. It provides a starting point for research, identifies library resources, and highlights additional internet resources.

Podcasts and RSS Feeds

Podcasts are short audio broadcasts that you can listen to on your computer, or download to a portable digital-music player. For most, just click the link to listen or right click to save to the file and import to your device as you normally would do.

Some links, such as VOX, EconTalk, and NPR, offer full-text and audio content; you will have to go to their site to download the audio portion. CNN Marketplace Update is strictly a podcast link.

RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, provides you with a new way of keeping on top of the news. RSS allows you to view constantly updated headlines from various sites in one place. Clicking a link in one of the boxes below will open the article in a new window. Depending on the source, these feeds may change daily.

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EconTalk is an award-winning weekly talk show and podcast about economics in daily life. Host Russ Roberts talks to featured guests, professors, authors, and Nobel Prize winners about the economics behind current events, markets, the Great Depression, free trade, and the curiosities of everyday decision-making. Topics include school, health, business, finance, jobs, politics, book reviews, what's behind any mortgage and housing troubles, family, and more.

Selecting an article allows you to play or download podcasts and view readings and links related to this podcast. 

The top business story of the day from Morning Edition, All Things Considered and other award-winning NPR programs.

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Links to Economics Blogs

AEA Links to Blogs, Commentaries and Podcasts  This American Economic Association website links to numerous blogs and websites.

Economics Roundtable This aggregator blog is hosted by Prof. William R. Parke of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. It pulls together content form over 80 economics commentators on the Internet to keep you informed about the economic issues of the day.