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U.S. History Topics » Business & Work » Economics

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America‚Äôs Economy Mobile App offers real-time updates for 16 key economic indicators released from the U.S. Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and Bureau of Economic Analysis. Key economic measures on...  (U.S. Census Bureau)
Dare to Compare invites you to test your knowledge against students nationally and around the world. Pick a grade and subject: civics, economics, geography, history, math, or science...  (Department of Education)
African American History Month Federal Resources The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution...  (Library of Congress)
Outline of the U.S. Economy examines the U.S. economy: its evolution, its products, and challenges of this century. Learn how our economy is affected by various factors: geography and infrastructure...  (Department of State)
Business & Trade features news and developments in business and international trade. Topics include alternative energy entrepreneurs, American Indians in business, Hispanic buying power, Group of...  (Department of State)
What Is the Fed? looks at the history and structure of the Federal Reserve, the central banking system of the U.S. Learn how the Fed conducts U.S. monetary policy, regulates banking institutions...  (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, supported by The Federal Reserve )
Educational Resources from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco provides websites, books, and newsletters about dozens of topics -- economics, economic trends, the Federal Reserve system, U.S. monetary policy, great economists, and personal...  (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, supported by The Federal Reserve )
The Challenges of Globalization examines the growing integration of economies and societies around the world and the changes resulting from increased international trade and cultural exchange...  (Department of State)
USA Economy In Brief is a 38-page booklet that explains the U.S. economy -- what it is, how it works, what affects it, and how it interacts with economies around the world...  (Department of State)
Global Financial System: Six Experts Look at the Crisis examines conditions that led to what many consider the greatest worldwide economic crisis since the Great Depression: the financial crisis of 2008. Read the views of George Soros...  (Department of State)
Markets and Democracies explores questions debated by economic thinkers since the 1700s: What is the connection between markets and democracy? Is it possible to have free markets without democracy? Which...  (Department of State)
Federal Reserve System examines the purpose of the central bank of the U.S. Learn about its efforts to influence monetary and credit conditions to support maximum employment, stable prices, and moderate...  (The Federal Reserve, supported by The Federal Reserve )

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