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Useful links

Sources of data used in this book

I am grateful to the following organisations, who all kindly agreed to allow their data to be used as examples in this book and for the data to be placed on this web site.
Chris Brooks.

The following web sites contain lists of journals in finance or links to finance journals.

Almost all Universities around the world now make copies of their discussion papers available electronically.  A few examples from finance departments, and from Central Banks, are as follows.

US Federal Reserve Banks and the Bank of England

International bodies

Miscellaneous

  • http://www.nber.org - National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) – huge database of discussion papers and links including data sources
  • http://econpapers.repec.org/ Econpapers (formerly WoPEc) - huge database of working papers in areas  of economics, including finance
  • http://www.ssrn.com - The Social Science Research Network - a huge and rapidly growing searchable database of working papers and the abstracts of published papers
  • http://www.devinit.org/findev/papers.htm - Finance and Development Research Program - interesting research output and links on various issues in finance, but especially relating to developing countries, such as banking crises, regulation, etc.

 

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