This is a collection of hundreds of diagrams to illustrate economic concepts, each of which is freely reusable for any purpose (subject to attribution of the original author and other licence requirements). They are in image formats that can easily be copied into presentation software. For each kind of graph, there are usually many variations. This is a multilingual, user-driven site, so many of the diagrams are labelled in languages other than English.
Encouraging students to replicate the analyses of published papers is one way to familiarise them with some of the process of real research and to get However, it is rare to find papers for which the appropriate data and code are available to enable a replication. Funded by the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), this site collects descriptions of research for which replications are possible, and details of the known replications of existing papers. Replications can be published as working papers.
This is a collection of presentations given at various CBI (Confederation of British Industry) events made available via SlideShare. They have been authored by members of the CBI or invited speakers from HM Treasury, companies and other organisations. They cover topics such as public procurement, climate change, energy policy, pensions etc. In common with other resources available on SlideShare they are embeddable in other websites, some are downloadable and registered users can comment on the presentations.
This is an archived site, so content will usually be very out of date. ELSA's aim is to facilitate the interchange of computational algorithms that have economic applications. Their website contains experimental software, algorithms, documentation and manuals.
This is a bold attempt to gather all material for the study of the history of economics at one site. This includes both primary texts, studies of those texts and of their authors. The search function for the archive may or may not be working, but it is browsable through an alphabetical index of economists.
FreeVideoLectures brings together videos of economics courses from Universities such as Yale and Berkeley, as well as online providers like the Khan Academy. They are arranged by topics, including: international economics, trade, game theory, history of economic thought and economic demography. Items are listed by course enabling students to work through a course chronologically.