Online Glossary of Research Economics

Peter B. Meyer of the Economics Department at Northwestern University has created this searchable glossary of research economics terms. The glossary is meant to be used like a dictionary: users type in research terms they don’t understand, and hopefully, the term will be among the Online Glossary of Research Economics’s over 1,000 entries. Typing “help” into the search field will provide a list of relevant economics categories, each of which contains a directory of related terms; terms are also browseable by alphabetical order in the “downloadable contents” section. The How and Why of this Site section offers advice on how best to use the glossary, as well as explaining some of the internal structures.

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  1. this is a great resource for those taking an economics course or who want to remember what they learned in the course(s) they took before

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