SOME USEFUL LINKS
U.S. Government Macroeconomic Management and Statistics
U.S. Department of the Treasury
Council of Economic Advisers
Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce
U.S. Census Bureau
, American Fact Finder.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
provides data and research from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
Canadian Government Macroeconomic Management and Statistics
Department of Finance Canada
provides useful information on Canadian fiscal, economic and tax policies.
The Bank of Canada
provides useful information on Canadian monetary and financial policies.
is the main source of Canadian economic and social data.
is Mark Thomas's blog.
is David Warsh's blog, which provides a journalistic treatment of economics.
is Herbert Grubel's blog.
provides a listing of economic blogs.
Econ Academics Blog
encourages the discussion of research in Economics, mainly by serving as a portal to other blogs.
gives links to Resources for Economists on the Internet, including blogs.
Public Financial Management
Public Financial Management Blog
OECD Journal on Budgeting
Public Sector Governance
American and Canadian Economics Associations
American Economics Association
(AEA) is the main professional group of academic economists in the United States.
National Association for Business Economics
(NABE) is the main professional group of business and financial economists in the United States.
The Canadian Association for Business Economics (CABE)
is a national organization of professionals with local chapters active in the field of business economics.
L'Association des économistes québécois
(ASDEQ) is the main professional group in Quebec that focuses on economic issues.
Canadian Economics Association
(CEA) is is the organization of academic economists in Canada.
Center for Immigration Studies
describes itself as "Low-immigration, Pro-Immigrant."
Immigration Watch Canada
is an organization of Canadians advocating major reform to Canada's immigration policies.
Carleton University Canada-U.S. Project.