Summer School Links

Tomsk HESP 2001


LinkResources for Economists (
This guide is sponsored by the American Economic Association. It lists 1,236 resources. Almost all resources are described.

LinkFinance and Development (
Many Short articles regarding economic transition.

LinkJournal of Economic Education (
The scholarship journal of the National Council on Economic Education. Online archive files maintain by Indiana University.

LinkWilliam Davidson Institute (
This institute is devoted to the study of transition economies. It has both publications and an extensive working paper series.

LinkEconomic Joke (
Fun places to visit

LinkGreat Economists and Their Times (
LinkMarx and Engles's Writings (
LinkEconomics at the Idea Channel (
LinkCenter for East Europe Studies (
Many useful links in this site.

LinkCrisis Web (
Crisis Web in Russian

LinkCEES (
Recommended Readings on Business and Econmics in Eastern Europe

LinkWall Street Journal (
LinkIMF - Working Papers (
LinkJob Opennings for Economists (
On line job openings for economists.

LinkEuropean Monetary System (
LinkYardeni (
Dr. Yardeni is chief economist for Deutsche Grenville an international German securities firm in New York. Most of his documents require the Adobe Acrobat Reader.

LinkEuropean Bank for Reconstruction and Development (
Russian Version

LinkWorld Development Report - 2000/2001 (
WDR 2000/2001: Attacking Poverty. Useful information about the state of poverty in different countries. Tables include recent economic data.

LinkInstitute of Economic in Transition (
Good site for articles about economic transition in Russian and English.

LinkSocial Service Research Network ( )
This site has many articles on economic topics including economic transition. You may find some articles in Russian.

LinkIMF (
IMF Country Report.

LinkUNDP (
Human Development Index.

LinkJust-in-time Syllabus (
New ways to develop syllabus.

LinkProblem-Based Learning (
This web site has information for faculty who want to use the new teaching techniques for problem-based learning. This is a new approach where students are formed into groups. The groups then participate actively in the class rather than just have lectures.



Links to Transition Syllabi

LinkProfessor Barry W. Ickes (
Fall 2001 Syllabus Professor Barry W. Ickes

LinkProfessor David Horlacher (
Prof. David Horlacher Syllabus for Spring 1999.

LinkProfessor Elliot Parker (
Professor Parker Syllabus for Spring 2002.

LinkProfessor Robert Jenkins (
Professor Jenkins syllabus for Spring 2001.

LinkProfessor Gerard Roland (
Prof. Roland Syllabus for Fall 2001.

LinkProfessor Richard Ericson

Prof. Ericson Syllabus for Spring 2001.

LinkProfessor Janos Kornai (
Prof. Kornai Syllabus for Spring 2002.

LinkProfessor Eric Fredland (
Prof. Fredland Syllabus for Spring 2001.

LinkProfessor Doug Woodward (
Prof. Woodward Syllabus for Fall 1998.

LinkProfessor William N. Trumbull (
Prof. Trumbull syllabus for Economics of China -- Summer 2000.

LinkProfessor William Trumbull (
Prof. Trumbull syllabus for Comparative Economic System -- Spring 2002.

LinkProfessor Shirley Gedeon (
Prof. Gedeon syllabus for Compartive Economic System -- Fall 2001.

LinkProfessor Tomas Dvorak (
Prof. Dvorak syllabus for Fall 2000.

LinkProfessor Pieter Bottelier (
Prof. Bottelier syllabus for China's Economic Reform -- Spring 2001.