An attempt to survey the whole of law & economics literature, with each entry containing a review of the literature, written by an authority in the field, followed a quasi complete bibliography. Published simultaneously in both electronic and printed form. Searchable.
Professional Associations, Societies, and Conferences
Published jointly by the American Economic Association and the Department of Economics at the University of Texas at Austin in February, April, June, August, October, November (Supplement to October), and December.
Comprehensive listing for mailing lists in economics. Organized by JEL classification, each entry includes instructions on how to subscribe and unsubscribe and a link to the list archive, if there is one.
A selective guide to more than 700 Internet resources for academic and practicing economists. Most entries are annotated, some quite extensively. Searchable. Includes short annotations. A good place to start.
Resources on economic and business history and history of economics. Includes a database of abstracts of dissertations, working papers, conference presentations, journal articles, and contributions to anthologies; a collection of course syllabi; book reviews; and some downloadable data series. Maintains several mailing lists in economic and business history.
Extensive listings of resources in economics and law. Includes links to: an encyclopedia, working papers, bibliographies, mailing lists, publishers, government resources, associations, directories, academic programs, outlines, consultants and more. Searchable.