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Some useful web sites to get you thinking about choosing your topic / question, and your overall approach to the EE:
Gapminder is a great source for statistics and videos explaining the state of the world. Highly recommended
The Economist – Arguably the most influential and important publication in the worl
Asian Development Bank – Economics and statistics resources of the multilateral, Asian-oriented development finance institution that promotes economic and social progress
Bank of England – The website of the Bank of England, the UK’s Central Bank
CIA World Factbook – An online resource on the history, people, government, and economies of every country in the world.
Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean – The UN’s Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. Some very interesting real life examples.
Federal Reserve – The website of the US Federal Reserve, the central bank of the United States
Goldman Sachs’ Global Economic Outlook – Global economic research put out by one of the leading investment banks, Goldman Sachs
International Monetary Fund – The website of the International Monetary Fund – the “central banker’s central bank”
UN human Development Reports – The website of the UN’s Development Program
World Bank – The website of the world bank, the world’s pre-eminent (and often controversial) development bank
World Trade Organization – The World Trade Organization’s website, containing a wealth of economics research and information
Now, when you get around to planning your essay, you might consider using this interactive planner:
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