Undergraduate Catalog

Economic Growth

Economics  3840 

Spring 2006
Tuesday & Thursday  12:30 - 1:45 pm
    Atkinson Hall 206

Dr. W. Ken Farr
Professor of Economics

Office:  Atkinson Hall  Rm. 433
Phone:  (478) 445-1804  


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Answers to End of Chapter Problems:


Textbook Website:


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Other Supplements:

American Economic Association
CIA World Factbook
GCSU Economics Department Homepage
Economic Growth--General Resources
Economic Growth Resources by Jonathan Temple
GC&SU Russell Library
GC&SU Russell Library Magazine & Journal Locator
International Monetary Fund
Portraits of Economic Growth Theorists
Prentice Hall's Guide to Student Success in Economics
Robert Solow
Web Resources for Economists
World Bank


Economic News & Information: The Economist
Business Week
New York Times
USA Today
Bureau of Labor Statistics:  Frequently Asked Questions
CPI:  Frequently Asked Questions.
Economic Calendar
GDP:  Frequently Asked Questions
Links to a Variety of Economic Information
Links to Other Federal Sites
Statistical Abstract of the US
U.S. Economic Data (provided by the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank)
U.S. Federal Reserve System
Web Resources for Economists
Federal Reserve Banks: U.S. Federal Reserve System
Federal Reserve District Banks
Miscellaneous Information:

Buy Textbooks Online
Free software downloads
Occupational Outlook Handbook
            (Outlook for Economists)
Job Openings for Economists

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  Updated on January 4, 2006