The Handbook for Economics Lecturers

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Internet Resources:

The Economics Network
http://www.economicsnetwork.ac.uk/

Mathematics for Economics: enhancing Teaching and Learning (METAL)
http://www.metalproject.co.uk/

Statistical Resources for Social Sciences (DeSTRESS)
http://destress.pbworks.com/