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External links for International Economics

The International Economics Study Center has an extremely useful site written by Steve Suranovic, Associate Professor of Economics and International Affairs and Director of the MA Program in International Trade & Investment Policy at The George Washington University in Washington, DC, which provides a wide range of information about international economic theory and policy. As the homepage notes, the online texts offer accessible explanations of many important policy issues relating to, for example, globalization. 

International Economics Network run by Jamus Jerome Lim provides access to some of the best sites with respect to international economics. As well as covering a wealth of international economics material, the website contains glossaries of economic terms; data and econometric sources; a currency converter and a guide to mainly US academics working in the field.

RFE: Resources for Economists on the Internet is sponsored by the American Economics Association. It lists more than 2,000 resources in 97 sections and sub-sections available on the Internet of interest to academic and practicing economists, and those interested in economics, including international economics.

At the World Economic Forum you will find a wealth of material of direct relevance to the study of International Economics.

Alta Plana Gateway contains several valuable links to information on a number of domains relevant to international economics. 

Financial Times focus section on international economics.


Journal of International Economics

Review of International Economics

Student recruitment

Why study a module in International Economics? Short essay by Dimitra Petropoulou, University of Oxford, for the Economics Network's site for students, StudyingEconomics.


Links to International Economics materials from the Economics Network database.


Teaching Resources for Undergraduate Economics