Center for Economic Education at California State University, Los Angeles: Center for Economic Education Home Page

The purpose of the Center for Economic Education is to promote economic understanding and literacy in the community served by California State University, Los Angeles. A primary focus is support for the efforts of primary and secondary school educators in the greater Los Angeles area.

The Center for Economic Education is affiliated with Economics America of California and Economics America: National Council on Economic Education. The Center for Economic education is located in the School of Business and Economics as a part of the Department of Economics and Statistics. The director is Professor John A. Tomaske.

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Find the Center for Economic Education Nearest You

I live in California

I live elsewhere
Economic Education Web Sites-- his list includes The University of Nebraska, Economics America, and links to other Economic Education resources.

Economic Information, Forecasts, and Commentary -- The Federal Reserve Beige Book, links to economic forecasts with an emphasis on California, business publications including The Economist magazine.

State and Local Sites -- What is going on in California and the greater Los Angeles area.

Resources for Economists --This list includes Jeff Goef's Resources for Economists  and sources for national, state and local economic data. This site is on my home page - Use your back button to return to this page.

Information for Investors from Ohio State Dept. of Finance --This is a comprehensive listing of what is available on the net on this topic. Information ranges from help for the new investor to sources of data for the seasoned professional. This is a good starting point for research for the stock market game.

Distance Education Resources on the World Wide Web---Information for those interested in all aspects of Distance Learning.

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Professor of Economics & Statistics and Director of the Center for Economic Education,
Revised: Wednesday, March 29, 2000