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Learning Resources

Browse through a variety of economic and public policy resources to assist in learning, research, and developing networks.

Online Educational Tools

Online Educational Tools

Features online educational tools including economic tutorials, videos, courses, podcasts, webinars, and blogs.

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Professional Organizations

Professional Organizations

Features economic and public policy organizations that are liberty-orientated. Many offer educational opportunities for students including seminars, webinars, contests, internships and online educational tools, such as blogs and videos. The think tanks also produce original research that can be used as sources when writing academic papers.

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Research Resources

Research Resources

Features data sets and academic papers for economic research. Please also refer to professional organizations to find other think tanks’ research.

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Blogs

Blogs

Features interesting economic blogs.

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Suggested Readings

Suggested Readings

Browse some examples of our extensive library of readings on economics and government policy. Electronic versions of the vast majority of our publications are free to download in pdf format.

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World's Smallest Political Quiz

World's Smallest Political Quiz

Take the World’s Smallest Political Quiz and find out in a fast and fun way where your overall political views sit on a multi-spectrum political map. This political map is more accurate, insightful, and diversified than older political guidelines (such as the "left-right" line).

This quiz should spark considerable discussion and debate in the classroom about the differences between political systems.

There are two versions: