Web Site of the Week: The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics
The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics was originally published in book form in 1993. Edited by Stanford University’s David R. Henderson, the informative reference guide has since been transformed into an accessible website where readers may sort through the writings of more than 150 well-regarded economists, as well as over 80 biographies of influential economists and a host of tables and charts that seek to bring economic theory to life. Readers may search the encyclopedia using keywords and advanced search function, or browse by title, author, or category. In addition, the landing page features rotating resources. For example, at the time of this writing, the biography of James A. Mirlees occupied a prominent place on the home page, along with an article on the division of labor theory and links to such venerable topics as Corporate Taxation, Public Choice, Industrial Revolution and the Standard of Living, and others. [CNH]
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