This page provides links to interesting resources related to economics.

 

This website contains plenty of useful references and examples on spurious reasoning and manipulated information. This is a course taught at University of Washington Seattle. Although the professors are two non-economists, the course is of most relevance for economists, statisticians and econometricians!

  • Essay by Dani Rodrik about "neoliberalism" as bad economics in The Guardian

Something you can use to reply to those who accuse you of defending "neoliberalism" (I don't like this word).