If you've been here before, you'll notice that the layout has been drastically changed. There are now several hundred different definitions on the site, so I've changed the layout to make navigation easier.
The best way to find an economics term you're looking for is to use the search bar on the top of every page on my site. If you're looking for information on, say, the Coase Theorem, type that into the search box; it will lead you to where you want to go.
The economics terms are split onto 27 different pages, one for each letter in the alphabet. If you want to find the Coase Theorem, click on "C" on the top of the page. If you prefer to see all the terms at once, click on "Full List". In the full list you can jump to a particular letter on the full list by using the "Skip To" links.
I've tried to make the economics glossary as comprehensive and accurate as possible. Most of the terms currently do not have a list of references but I'll be adding them as I find them. If you know of a term I should add a definition of, or a journal article/book which is a good reference for information on a term, please e-mail me. I'm always looking for ways to make the site more useful.
Any definition ending with (Econterm) is being used on the site with the full permission of Econterm. Any definition which does not contain that designation was created by Mike Moffatt.
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