Resource which provides children with insight into globalization and the world economy. Features timelines, videos, interviews and full economic profiles of many countries.
The Rutgers University Project on economics and children provides teachers, parents, and volunteers with ideas for using children's literature to introduce economics to children.
Provides simple articles on key economic topics.
Economics for Kids
Offers a collection of presentations on Economics, including bartering, principles of business, and goods and services.
The Economics Major
Explains choosing to major in economics, myths, types of courses, employment, and additional resources.
Famous Economics Majors
Lists business leaders, politicians, athletes, musicians, actors, and other famous people with degrees in Economics.
Features an online game entitled Fedville, which allows children to practice the rules of economics in a small town setting.
Internal Revenue Service
Students’ topics include taxable income, education and work-related expenses as well as tax withholding and estimated tax.
Social Studies for Kids: Economics
Presents a collection of illustrated articles for children on economics topics including inflation, the stock market and supply and demand.
Tax History Museum
Traces the history and development of taxation law from the point of its promulgation.
Tax History Project
Highlights information to provide scholars, policymakers, journalists, and the general public with information on the history of U.S. public finance.
Wall Street Journal - The Classroom Edition
Educational program developed by the publishers of the world’s premier business newspaper. Includes various articles about careers, media, college preparation, marketing, personal finance and technology.