WebEc - World Wide Web Resources in Economics
WebEc is a classification effort to improve the availability of free information in economics on the WWW. Via Lauri Saarinen of the Department of Economics at the University of Helsinki.
Economics Working Paper Archive - this is the primary place to submit law and economics working papers if you wish to reach a large audience. An e-mail, including the abstract of the paper, will be sent out to over 10,000 scholars. Developed by Professors Bob Parks and Larry Blume as a free service for the entire Internet community. Law and Economics Working Papers are listed here.
NetEc - includes Information on printed working papers on (BibEc), Data about electronic working papers on (WoPEc), Code for Economics and Econometrics on (CodEc), World Wide Web resources in Economics on (WebEc), Select Resources in Business Administration (BizEc) and Home Pages in Economics on (HoPEc).
EDIRC - Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centres in the World by Christian Zimmermann.
Economic Resources via Stanford University