We are involved in business and economic activities everyday. It is crucial for us to get a fairly unbiased and insightful financial information source to make the correct decisions. The following 20 carefully picked economic and financial websites serves to give you a better view of the domestic as well as the global economic and financial situations.
1. Vox is a research-based policy analysis and commentary from leading economists
2. Economic Research @ St. Louis Fed is a highly regarded economic research website.
3. EconTalk is a weekly podcast hosted by professor Russell Roberts who interviews guests—often professional economists—on topics in economics.
4. QFINANCE is a print, online and E-book resource created by Bloomsbury Publishing and the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) Authority for finance professionals, business writers and students.
5. HousePriceCrash is a website about the housing bubble in the British property market.
6. The Incidental Economist is a blog focused on economics, U.S. health policy, politics, and law, and with other fields.
7. Marginal Revolution is a blog focused on economics run by economists Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok, both of whom teach at George Mason University.
8. MarketWatch operates a financial information website that provides business news, analysis and stock market data to some 6 million people.
9. MIT world: the free videos from economics, business and finance professionals, from theoretical reasoning to practical experience.
10. Ted.com: ideas worth spreading. Covering multiple topics from business, finance to science and physics.
11. The Oil Drum is a web-based, interactive energy, peak oil and sustainability think tank and community devoted to the discussion of energy issues and their impact on society.
12.Prosper Loans Marketplace, Inc. is a San Francisco, California-based company in the emerging peer-to-peer lending industry.
13. Research Papers in Economics (RePEc) is a collaborative effort of hundreds of volunteers in 57 countries to enhance the dissemination of research in economics.
14. Seeking Alpha is a stock market blog that provides free stock market analysis primarily from money managers, investment newsletter writers, and the general public.
15. Shadowstats.com is a website that analyzes government economic and unemployment statistics based on methodologies used by previous United States administrations, from the pre-Clinton era to the time of the Great Depression.
16. Smartfinance is an independent financial comparison website focused on helping consumers in emerging markets to make the most of their money.
17. TheStreet.com, Inc. is an American financial news and services website.
18. MoneySavingExpert.com is a popular British consumer finance information and discussion website.
19. Value Expectations (VE) is a stock blog and investment newsletter. Value Expectations is an interface for investors and is meant to serve as an outlet covering topics on corporate performance and equity valuation.
20. VentureBeat is a technology blog that focuses on innovative companies and the forward-thinking executives behind them.
21. Project Syndicate: the world’s pre-eminent source of original op-ed commentaries. A unique collaboration of distinguished opinion makers from every corner of the globe, Project Syndicate provides incisive perspectives on our changing world by those who are shaping its politics, economics, science, and culture.
22. Ludwig von Mises Institute is the research and educational center of classical liberalism and the Austrian School of economics. Working in the intellectual tradition of Ludwig von Mises and Murray N. Rothbard , with a vast array of publications, programs, and fellowships, the Mises Institute seeks a radical shift in the intellectual climate.
23. EconomicsJunkie analyzes economic phenomena such as inflation, deflation, money supply, credit expansion, booms, recession, etc. by applying common sense Austrian economics.
24. EH.net is the operated by the Economic History Association to provide resources and promote communication among scholars in economic history and related fields.
25. RePEc is the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics and available freely on the Internet. Over 1,000,000 items of research can be browsed or searched, and over 900,000 can be downloaded in full text!