Links to Links About Global Social Change
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Resources for Economists on the Internet   something for everyone.  An absolute must visit site.  Links to sites for data, theory, growth, everything else related to economics.  This site is also at    This site is sponsored by the American Economic Association.  


Economics growth resources    lists of books, links to researchers, other, related links to economic growth.

Readings on the Capitalist    Part of  Global Problems and the culture of capitalism    "The purpose of this site is threefold; first to provide an Internet resource for those interested or concerned about the consequences of the global expansion of capitalism.  Second, to provide Web support for courses offered through the anthropology department at SUNY at Plattsburgh, both on campus and on the Internet, that address social concerns.  Finally, to provide a description of and support  materials for the book, Global Problems and the Culture of Capitalism by Richard H. Robbins."

Latin American Network Information Center   links to links.

Comparative Economic Systems   extensive list of links to go with each chapter in this text book.  Some chapters include Economic Systems: Classification and Performance,  History and Theories of Capitalism,  Central Eurasia and Eastern Europe: History and Overview, and The Economic Future: Cooperation or Confrontation?

The WWW Virtual Library: International Affairs Resources   links to websites about international affairs, international studies, and international relations topics.

The international economics network    links to papers, other sites about international economics.

International affairs   This site "provides an accessible entry into current international affairs resources", links to publications, research organizations, gov'ts, etc....

Anticipating the future     mostly links, not just to futures stuff, but to sites about change and history as well.

Older sites

Internet History Sourcebooks Project    "The Internet History Sourcebooks are collections of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented cleanly (without advertising or excessive layout) for educational use."   Seems to have last updated in 2006.

Internet Archive of  Texts and Documents    A great variety of links and documents.  Some links are to general history, some to very specific topics, and often hard to find out which are which. Last updated in 2000 

last updated 9/15/11
last verified 11/23/13
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