Defend Democracy Press - A network of (mainly, but not exclusively) European intellectuals who oppose the attempt of international finance and big international corporations to impose a dictatorship all around Europe. Part of The Delphi Initiative. Supported by the World Forum of Alternatives, the Institute for Globalization Studies and Social Movements (Russia), the Lyssarides Foundation (Cyprus), the Athens Development and Governance Institute and the website Agora Dialogue.
Economists' Club - A forum for the world's most prominent economists, business
leaders, and policymakers to discuss and debate today's most hotly contested economic issues - from China's mercantilism and the pursuit of fiscal
austerity to the intricacies of financial markets and the future of the dollar and the euro - in a non-technical way.
Economix - NYT blog "explaining the economy and economics of daily life." Topics
include home mortgage deductions on income taxes, bank nationalization, worker layoffs, economic stimulus plans, happiness, and how "the recession
is helping foment a return to the do-it-yourself ethic."
EconoMonitor - Blogging forum for economic and geopolitial debate.
Good Jobs First - A national policy resource center for grassroots groups and public officials, promoting
corporate and government accountability in economic development and smart growth for working families. Provides timely, accurate information on best
practices in state and local job subsidies, and on the many ties between smart growth and good jobs.
Inequality.org - Focusing on the dangers that growing inequality poses
for U.S. democracy, economic health and civic life.
Inside Supply Management - The monthly publication of the Institute of Supply Management, features information for the purchasing and supply management
professional. Included in each issue is the Manufacturing ISM Report on Business, a purchasing survey and indicator
of economic trends. The report is considered by many to be the most reliable near-term economic barometer available.
Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) - JEL issues contain
commissioned, peer-reviewed survey and review articles, book reviews, an annotated bibliography of new books classified by subject matter, and an
annual index of dissertations in North American universities.
Key Trends in Globalisation - Blog from John Ross,
Visiting Professor at Antai College of Economics and Management, Jiao Tong University, Shanghai.
Lady Economist - A feminist blog
about how economics impacts women and girls.
Michael Hudson - Michael Hudson's official website on finance, real estate and the powers of
neoliberalism. A critical interpretation of global economic trends through the eyes of Classical Economy. Michael regularly contributes to the Financial
Times, Guns and Butter and Counterpunch amongst many others. He is a government advisor to Iceland, Latvia, China.
Reports From the Economic Front - From Martin Hart-Landsberg, Professor Emeritus of Economics at Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon; Adjunct Researcher at the Institute for Social Sciences, Gyeongsang National University, South Korea; and Adjunct Professor in the Labor Studies Program at Simon Fraser University, Canada.
Rortybomb - Mike Konczal's blog on financial reform, the 21st century economy, unemployment,
inequality, access to financial services and what it means to have a social contract in a financialized, post-industrial economy.
Roubini Global Economics - Named one of the world's best economics websites by BusinessWeek, The
Economist, Forbes and the Wall Street Journal.
What Went Wrong - Donald Barlett
and James Steele, authors of America: What Went Wrong, a 9-part landmark 1991 newspaper series and bestselling book, continue
their original work by examining how public policy has shaped America's ongoing economic crisis. A comprehensive look at the economic, labor
and government forces from the 1970s through 2010 that have impacted so many Americans.
Zero Hedge - Financial, economic and political information.
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