The National Bureau of Economic Research, a private nonprofit research organization founded in 1920, has a new Web site. It features abstracts of thousands of NBER working papers of economic research and over 3,500 time series of economic statistics on such matters as foreign trade, income and employment, interest rates, prices, transaction volumes, and leading indicators. The site features a convenient key-word search engine.
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