I thought I would take an opportunity to post briefly on BEOnline (Business and Economics Online). The BEOnline project began in 1996 and has developed into a useful collection of Internet links organized by subject area.
Donna Scanlon who blogged for Business before I did, featured the job search and career assistance area in a previous blog post, but there are many more areas and links! Here are just a few examples:
- The Banking links include historical statistics and current sources for information on banks.
- There are links for Financial Literacy and Financial Literacy K-12 for teachers and parents.
- There are many links to sources for current and historical Economic Indicators.
- Working Papers includes links to sources for working papers specific to business research.
- The Occupations links are good for those wanting to research particular occupations they might want to pursue.
- There are links to various non-governmental organizations and other sources in International Development.
While BEOnline is not an exhaustive list of subjects or websites related to business and economics, this selective list can be a useful place to start.