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WWW.Skoool.ie Notes and support from this fledgling, Irish, educational, site are specifically designed for the needs of the Irish syllabus at both Leaving and Junior Certificate level. Teachers and Students are further advised that there are resources on all subjects available at Leaving Cert.net and at ScoilNet. These are terrific and totally free sites.

 

  1. A Glossary of Economic terms, ideal for student preparing for the Leaving Certificate

  2. Articles Covering both Micro and Macro-Economic Theory, Click on the links on the left of the page. The first topic within each category is free. You may decide to pay the 20 sterling annual fee to get access to all the topics and notes

  3. A Terrific Archive of Economics Topics, listed alphabetically, at this site. Just about every economics topic on the Leaving Certificate syllabus is covered comprehensively

  4. Economics Diagrams from Bized.You can search the diagram bank either by keyword or simply by the title of the diagram.

  5. Economic Fallacies click on the link on the left hand side of the page to download the entire set

  6. Economics Links from Schoolnet. This EUN website is constantly being updated for the benefit of students and teachers of economics.

  7. Economics from Woodgreen. These web pages are specially written for the OCR Economics syllabus. Click on As and A2 icons for additional material. Check the glossary and other links

  8. Economics Topics from Study links. These links are divided alphabetically into the main Economics subject options for AS and A2 Economics courses. You can avail of a 14 day free trial offer at this site

  9. Europa Trade. The European Commission trade website. The 15 member states of the European Union have a common commercial policy towards non-member countries.

  10. Five Economics Lesson Plans on Supply and Demand, Consumer Credit, Playing the Market, The Value of Money, and the Cost of Living Study

  11. Internet Resources for Economists This is a mega klink to some great economisc resources

  12. Introduction to Macro Economics. Some fine articles and links

  13. Large archive of printable model economic essay plans. A senopsis of the key points for each essay from the OSL

  14. NetEc is an International Academic Effort to improve the communication of Economics via electronic media. Click on the Links for a vast array of economic papers and journals

  15. The Dismal Scientist covers over 80 economic releases from over 15 countries. Sign up for automatic delivery of releases to your mailbox

  16. The European Parliament

  17. The European Union Online. Follow the links to read / study any or all aspects of the European Union

  18. The Economist The online version of this excellent magazinel.

  19. The Financial Times

  20. The Institute of Fiscal Studies. IFS is an independent research organisation. They aim to provide high quality economic analysis of public policy. You can use the links above to navigate by subject area, or those on the left to find other sections. Superb Links.

  21. The International Labour Organisation

  22. The International Monetory Fund (IMF)

  23. The International Trade Centre. Follow the links

  24. The Internet Scout Project -- Business & Economics The target audience for Business & Economics is faculty, students, staff, and librarians in Business and Economics.

  25. The On-Line version of the New York Times offers a site for college students and their instructors. A subset of this site is devoted to economic issues. Besides headlines, they offer subsections on current economic and financial indicators as well as the international economy.

  26. The OECD, an international organisation helping governments tackle the economic, social and governance challenges of a globalised economy.

  27. The Oxford School of Learning (OSL)has been teaching Economics via the Internet for 2 years, for free. Resources include an archive of comprehension questions updated daily, case studies and internet-based assignments in their applied questions. Some of their links are listed individually, on this page, but there are too many to list them all

  28. The Wall Street Journal

  29. The World Bank

  30. The World Trade Organisation. The World Trade Organization (WTO) is the only global international organization dealing with the rules of trade between nations.

  31. Topic by Topic Listing (Baccalaureate programme) To organise the resources available on Biz/ed for international schools they have categorised the resources into the five sections of the International Baccalaureate programme. There are superb notes on linked topics at the end of the page

  32. Tutor2u Economics A comprehensive, free resource for students run by a group of practising teachers and examiners. Students can choose from essay plans, data, a glossary and study notes. A superb site

  33. Up to Date Economic Commentary on unfolding stories

  34. WWW Virtual Library Economics. WebEc is an effort to categorize free information in economics on the WWW. Probably the largest directory of economic urls on the internet


Revision Time

  1. An Economics Glossary from BizedThis glossary has definitions of a wide variety of economics terms. Each glossary term will also give any related diagrams, other related glossary items and related sections on Biz/ed.

  2. Economics Study Guide. Fifteen topics, prescribed for the Leaving Certificate are described, superbly, here by Sparknotes.com.

  3. GCSE Economics Revision Notes with a comprehensive Glossary of terms

  4. Listing of Bized worksheets on a topic by topic basis. Ex materrial

  5. Revision Zone from Trinity School Great revision material here

  6. The Schoolzone guide to the best educational items from their collection of economics resources.

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