User:Rf/School of Economics Main Page Rewrite
Economics is a social science that deals with the production and distribution of goods and services based on scarce resources.
This page is for organizing the development of content related to economics. We are seeking motivated people with an interest in economics to help create new lessons, gather content from throughout the web, and to organize and maintain existing economics pages.
Currently, the Wikiversity School of Economics is small enough that content development projects should be organized directly on the main page, for example the Blogroll project below. This helps give projects visibility and promotes morale through frequent activity. Projects should be moved to their own pages and replaced by links when they are big enough.
Please avoid creating learning resource stubs and red links without any plans for developing them — the last thing we want is to get bogged down in empty content!
- Gather contributors!
- Develop the short-term goals of the school
- Create an economics portal with content for learners
- Gather links to quality resources to start making this page useful for teachers and learners
- Look through the economics category for salvageable content and link it back here
These are Wikiversity learning resources related to economics.
These pages are under heavy development and should not yet be considered ready for classroom use.
These pages are of usable quality, though comments, criticisms, and contributions are always welcome.
This project aims to collect links to good online resources for students and teachers. Resources can include textbooks, data sources, lectures, etc.
- R. Preston McAfee, "Introduction to Economic Analysis" (Orthodox microeconomics textbook)
- Yoram Bauman, "Quantum Microeconomics"
- David Andolfatto, "Macroeconomic Theory and Policy (2e)"
- Economics in one lesson (Austrian school)
- Thomas Taylor, "Introduction to Austrian Economics" (Austrian)
- Gene Callahan, "Economics for Real People" (Austrian)
- The Economics Network Online Text and Notes
- TradingEconomics data
- UC Berkeley webcasts
- MIT OpenCourseWare
The Blogroll project aims to collect links to blogs of professional economists and organizations of economists, broadly sorted by school of thought.
New Keynesian School:
Post Keynesian School: