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Econlib

Econlib is dedicated to advancing the study of economics, markets, and liberty through its innovative website. Our original content explores these subjects in a variety of ways to help people understand and apply these concepts in their work and education.

Learn more about current economics topics and consider new viewpoints via our moderated blog, weekly podcast, and intriguing articles. Read book reviews and access classic economics books to expand your knowledge even further.

Educators can enhance their curriculum with our growing collection of complementary learning guides, or tap into the Concise Encyclopedia of Economics for articles written by top economic minds.

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Concise Encyclopedia of Economics

This highly acclaimed economics encyclopedia features easy-to-read articles by over 150 top economists, including Nobel Prize winners, over 80 biographies of famous economists, and numerous tables and charts illustrating economics in action. Explore some of the most popular articles, including Keynesian Economics, Marxism, Industrial Revolution and the Standard of Living, and Hoover’s Economic Policies.

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EconLog Moderated Blog

Our daily blog posts educate and entice readers to learn more about economics topics in relationship to such subjects as politics and finance, recent films and cultural observations, and history and literature.

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EconTalk Podcast

Hosted by Russ Roberts, this weekly talk show features one-on-one discussions with an eclectic mix of authors, professors, Nobel Laureates, entrepreneurs, leaders of charities and businesses, and people on the street.

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Articles & Book Reviews

Our collection of articles written by renowned professors, researchers, and journalists covers basic economic concepts and illustrates how they apply to daily life. Experts also publish insightful book reviews of both new and classic economics titles.

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