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United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA)
  URL: http://www.un.org/Depts/eca/
  The Economic Commission for Africa is the arm of the United Nations devoted to making quality information on African development internationally available. ECA research focus areas include gender equality, agricultural productivity, information technology, social policy, and environmental concerns. The site features an extensive bibliography of articles on African socio- economic development entitled Africa Index as well as the comprehensive Africa Economic Report 1998. Current awareness is also facilitated by the long list of African Newspaper and Magazine links entitled News from Around Africa.
  1027 visits has been made through our site.
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AlRoth's Game Theory and Experimental Economics Page
  URL: http://www.economics.harvard.edu/~aroth/alroth.html
  Al Roth's game theory and experimental economics page's content includes a very short introductory articles on bargaining, matching, and experimental economics; short articles on history, methodology, philosophy; abstracts, introductions, excerpts and some complete copies of selected papers; handbook of experimental economics; bibliographies; the growing (consulting) business of economic design; things to participate in: Experiments on the web, tournaments, conferences ; other experimental and game theory servers; searchable abstracts of NSF grants; working paper archive; conduct in science and curriculum vita, consulting services, photo--Alvin E. Roth..
  993 visits has been made through our site.
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  URL: http://www.bankrate.com/brm/news/atm/19991020.asp
  Bankrate.com looks at the rising ATM and debit card fees and gives consumers tips on avoiding them.
  993 visits has been made through our site.
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Complexity Between the Ecos-From Ecology to Economics
  URL: http://parallel.hpc.unsw.edu.au/complex/c98/
  "Complexity Between the Ecos - From Ecology to Economics" is the fourth in a series of successful conferences on Complex Systems. The inaugural conference "From Biology to Computation" was held at the Australian National University, Canberra in 1992, subsequent conferences were held at the University of Central Queensland, Rockhampton in 1994 ("Mechanisms of Adapation") and at CharlesSturt University, Albury in 1996 ("From Local Interactions to GlobalPhenomena"). The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia hosted the conference on complex systems "Complexity Between the Ecos: from Ecology to Economics" November 30 - December 3, 1998. Contributed papers span issues of stock market behavior to complexity in nature, and complete registration and accommodation information is provided on site.
  989 visits has been made through our site.
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OECD Technical Paper 147: China's Unfinished Open-Economy Reforms: Liberalisation of Services
  URL: http://www.oecd.org/dev/PUBLICATION/tp/Tp147.pdf
  The paper argues that a further liberalisation of services would be imperative for China to develop a more viable and dynamic service sector and stands to gain the full benefits of globalisation. The protective measures imposed for short-term, political considerations would do more harm than good.
  983 visits has been made through our site.
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Wall Street City
  URL: http://www.wallstreetcity.com/
  It is a comprehensive financial resource for investors. There are real time and delayed quotes on over 70,000 securities including stocks, options & mutual funds. Intraday charting, technical analysis, market commentary & industry group analysis are also included. You can manage your own portfolio & create your own custom ticker. Free & Premium Services are available.
  967 visits has been made through our site.
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Motherhood, Apple Pie & Stock Options--INC
  URL: http://www.inc.com/incmagazine/article/0,,ART870,00.html
  The site examines stock options as they affect high-tech companies and their employees. On July 1, 1999, The San Francisco Chronicle reported that 42 local companies, mainly Internet start-ups, had gone public in the preceding six months with the astounding gain of 138 percent. Throughout the Silicon Valley, employees of computer companies are hedging their bets, hoping that the companies they work for will be the next eBay or Amazon. However, the chances of striking it rich through Internet stock options are slim. High-tech employees move from company to company looking for better options at promising start-ups, while computer companies improve their option packages in order to entice their workers to stay. The resource provides news, articles, and background information on the lures and pitfalls of Internet stock options. According to "Motherhood, Apple Pie & Stock Options," an article from INC Magazine, stock options may not make good business sense either. Many employees and managers are unclear as to how stock options work, and so INC has also included a beginner's guide to understanding stock options.
  956 visits has been made through our site.
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  URL: http://web.mit.edu/krugman/www/crises.html
  Currency crises is an article, written by Paul Krugman for the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) conference held in October 1997, presents economic models of currency crises and several case studies.
  952 visits has been made through our site.
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A Public Finance Analysis of Multiple Reserve Requirements
  URL: http://www.frbatlanta.org/publica/work_papers/wp98/wp9801.htm
  The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta has released working paper 98-1 titled "A Public Finance Analysis of Multiple Reserve Requirements" by Marco Espinosa-Vega and Steven Russell.
  947 visits has been made through our site.
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Australia Country Energy Brief--Energy Information Administration (EIA)
  URL: http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/cabs/australi.html
  This updated energy brief from the EIA offers a basic country overview, as well as brief discussions on the country's use of natural gas, oil, coal, and electric power. For nearly fifteen years, Australia has been the number one exporter of coal in the world, exporting over 100 million short tons more coal that the United States.
  941 visits has been made through our site.
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The Official Paul Krugman Web Page
  URL: http://web.mit.edu/krugman/www/
  The home page of Paul Krugman, Professor of Economics at MIT, contains links to online articles written by him on various topical issues related to the economy. The largest number of articles at the site hail from Krugman's monthly column "The Dismal Science" in Slate. Recent articles cover issues such as the debate over free trade and the Asian currency crisis. Paul Krugman now also writes a monthly column for Fortune magazine; in his first article he sets out to debunk the New Economy concept. Other articles at the site primarily address trade issues.
  931 visits has been made through our site.
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BBC News Special Report: Russia in Crisis
  URL: http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/special_report/1998/08/98/russia_crisis/
  It offers comprehensive coverage of current events in Russia, combining news with analysis and commentary.
  930 visits has been made through our site.
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A Mid-term History Lesson-IntellectualCapital.com
  URL: http://www.intellectualcapital.com/issues/98/1029/icchart.html
  Provided by IntellectualCapital.com, "A Mid-term History Lesson" is a brief article and a data table that "tracks the gains and losses of each party in the mid-term elections since . . . 1860."
  917 visits has been made through our site.
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Sound Money [RealPlayer]
  URL: http://money.mpr.org/
  Sound Money is a live call-in radio program dealing with personal finance, hosted by Minnesota Public Radio. The Sound Money Website offers archived articles available in RealAudio and html formats, as well as reviews of new books about finance, columns from the show's hosts, and several bulletin board systems dealing with money and finance. Sound Money can be heard through streaming RealAudio Saturdays 10-11am CT, and Sundays 5-6pm
  910 visits has been made through our site.
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Parker Center for Investment Research
  URL: http://parkercenter.johnson.cornell.edu/
  Located at Cornell University, the Parker Center for Investment Research is dedicated to "the creation and dissemination of leading-edge research relevant to investment managers. " Publications on-site include recent working papers on cost-of-capital, earnings forecasting, price momentum, and trading volume, among other topics (1997-present); also included is a collection of student-prepared research reports intended for educational use. In addition, center Professor Charles M.C. Lee posts buys and shorts of interest at the Stock Picks page.
  902 visits has been made through our site.
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Accounting Education
  URL: http://www.accountingeducation.com/
  Featuring daily accounting news updates, Accounting Education is a British online resource for academic accountants. Interested users may register for the free weekly news wire or read daily updates directly from the Accounting Education Website. Along with some full-text articles, this guide also includes links to financial sites, peer reviews of newly published resources, and job listings for academic accounting positions throughout the UK, Scotland, New Zealand, and Australia.
  900 visits has been made through our site.
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International Monetary Fund Working Paper 99141: Nominal Exchange Rates and Nominal Interest Rate Differentials
  URL: http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/wp/1999/wp99141.pdf
  This paper reexamines some unsettled theoretical and empirical issues regarding the relationship between nominal exchange rates and interest rate differentials and provides a model for the behavior of exchange rates in the long run, where interest rates are determined in the bond market. The model predicts that an increase in the interest rate differential appreciates the home currency. The authors test the model for the US dollar against the Deutsche mark, the British pound, the Japanese yen, and the Canadian dollar. The first two pairs of exchange rates-for which purchasing power parity seems to bold-display a strong relationship with interest rate differentials.
  895 visits has been made through our site.
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Capital Flight and Corruption Treaty
  URL: http://www.infohabitat.org/treaties/capital.html
  Provided by the NGO Alternative Treaties from the Global Forum at Rio de Janeiro in June 1-15, 1992.
  894 visits has been made through our site.
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The Case Against Currency Boards
  URL: http://www.stern.nyu.edu/~nroubini/asia/CurrencyBoardsRoubini.html
  Roubini Nouriel (1998) , "The Case Against Currency Boards: Debunking 10 Myths about the Benefits of Currency Boards", unreleased paper on internet.
  879 visits has been made through our site.
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Asia Pacific Management Forum [.pdf]
  URL: http://www.apmforum.com/
  Asia Pacific Management Forum is a creation of Orient Pacific Century, an Asian business and management consulting group, in conjunction with a plethora of businesses and universities throughout the Pacific. This valuable resource showcases its daily and monthly columns, and features over 1,000 entries in its searchable database of related Websites. The Market Research Guides include short Capsule Reviews of Asia, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Singapore, as well as in-depth articles and links to Websites that report on economic overviews, market overviews, abstracts of research papers, and maps of the countries. Also included are over 25 research articles in .pdf format along with an extensive research abstract database.
  876 visits has been made through our site.
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