U.S. National Debt Clock – This site updates us on the United States’ constantly increasing outstanding Public Debt and also features articles related to our national debt.
World Bank – A vital source of finacnacial and techinical assistance to developing nations around the world. It is not a bank because it has two unique development institutions, which are owned by 185 member nations-the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and theInternational Development Association (IDA). These institutions offer grants, low-interest loans, and interest-free credits to the developing nations for many causes such as infrastructure, education or cleaner hydro-purifiers.
World Trade Organization – The WTO i a member-driven organization that is based on rules. All decisions are made by the member governments, who also negotiate to create the rules. The WTO website has a wide array of information pertinent to the general public, students, teachers and trade specialists. It also includes a large database of official documents.
Inflation Calculator – Curious what $0.28 per gallon of regular gas in 1958 costs today? This website is a good tool for adjusting any amount of money for inflation, according to the Consumer Price Index, from 1800 to 2008. It also offers other links to sites inflation.
The Federal Trade Commission – The FTC website provides information and gives advice on economics, consumer protection, financial news, Congressional Relations, General Counsel, etc.
Museums of American Finance – The Museum of American Finance is the nation’s only independent public museum featuring artifacts that celebrate the spirit of entrepreneurship and the democratic free market tradition, which have made New York City the financial capital of the world.
Gapminder- Gapminder is a website that endorses a fact-based world view by illustrating the greatness of statistics through blogs, videos, downloads, etc. This link compares and shows the economic situations of naitons thourgh statistics such as income per capita, population size and life expectancy on an easy-to-read map.
CIA World Factbook – The CIA World Factbook provides lots of data on most of the world’s nations such as national profiles, reference maps, information, flags, purchasing, etc.
U.S. Federal Reserve – The Federal Reserve’s site, the central bank of the United States, provides the nation with a safe. flexible, and stable monetary and financial system. This website also features categories for easy searching: Economic Research and Data, Monetary Policy, Banking Information and Regulation, Consumer Information, Reporting Forms, COmmunity Development, etc.
Current Economic Indicators -This site is a source of data and economic indicators collected by the Census Bureau including statistics on poverty, income, jobs, unemployment, industries and sectors, e-commerce retail, national and local economic profiles.
FedStats - FedStats provides easy access to statistics and information produced by more than 100 U.S. Federal Government agencies.
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System – The Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington D.C. recent developments and news updates concerning Monetary Policy, Economic Research and Data, Consumer Information, Community Development and other Publications.
*U.S. Department of Labor Statistics – The principle fact-finding Federal agency in the broad field of economics, labor, and statistics is the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Amosweb - Economics with a touch of Whimsy! An economics website, with the GLOSS*arama searchable glossary of terms and concepts, the WEB*pedia searchable encyclopedia database terms and concepts, the ECON*world database.
Consumer.gov – This site is a great source for consumer inforamtion from the fedral government concerning food, product safety, community, home, health, money, technology, children, careers, transporation, education and children, etc.
Federal Reserve Education – The Federal Reserve Education website contains links to instructional materials and tools explaining economics, financial education and how the Federal Reserve operates. This site includes categories to help ease the informational flow: Federal Reserve Education, Personal Financial Education, Teacher Resources and Fed 101.
The History Channel – This site contains “this day in history” and searches for any topics in history.