The Library of Economics and Liberty features educational resources for
the study of economics. Materials include Over 100 classic and modern
online books and essays on economics, by authors including Adam Smith,
James M. Buchanan, Frédéric Bastiat, Ludwig von Mises, Friedrich A.
Hayek, Frank Knight, David Ricardo, Frederic Bastiat, Jeremy Bentham,
Alfred Marshall, and more. The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics, David
R. Henderson, ed., an encyclopedia containing articles by over 100
economists, plus biographies of over 80 famous economists. Monthly
economics articles by professors and thinkers, including frequent
contributions by Mike Munger, Fred McChesney, and articles by David
Levy and Sandra Peart on the origins of the term "the dismal science"
and the history of economic thought. An economics blog, EconLog, with
co-bloggers Bryan Caplan and Arnold Kling, on topics ranging from free
trade to immigration to the influence of economic thought on films,
comics, and novels. A weekly economics podcast, EconTalk, with host
Russell Roberts, including book reviews and educational discussions on
economics, political economy, political science, and markets, featuring
interviews with Nobel Laureates, authors, and business leaders.
Monthly columns on economic topics of interest outside the United
States by Anthony de Jasay and Ibsen Martinez. Fully searchable free
resources for students and teachers at all education levels, including
high school, college, graduate school, home-schoolers, post-graduate
self-education. Resources are chosen to appeal to a variety of
interests, from academic research to casual curiosity.
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