Here you will find a collection of selected reference works and data portals. There are also background resources on entrepreneurship, managing money and climate change.
Videos and short articles explaining economic and monetary concepts.
The Oxford universal dictionary.
Opening the Door to the Economic Way of Thinking.
The IMF publishes a range of time series data on IMF lending, exchange rates and other economic and financial indicators.
Collection of economic statistics for Europe.
Providing empirical data of a broad variety of topics from reliable sources and intuitive tools to visualize this data.
Providing free international economic data, graphs and other data-related tools, plus quality research from St. Louis Fed economists.
Online library of the OECD featuring its books, papers and statistics.
Free and open access to global development data.
Bruegel is the European think tank that specialises in economics.
TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
The most important information about money, economy and banks for young people. Currently only available in German and Slovak.
There are 10 Golden Rules for handling money, and they provide an easy-to-remember first orientation on what steps to take to manage one’s own money.
Course that explains the basics of personal finance.
The Swiss Finance Museum explains the origins of our economic system and the role of the stock exchange in a multimedia exhibition.
The Erste Financial Life Park in Vienna is a facility for innovative financial education and promoting know-how in money matters for young people.
Interactive museum of the Intesa Sanpaolo Bank in Turin. Video games, apps and other technological tools are used to bring the subject of saving closer to the public.
The first museum in the world devoted exclusively to economics. The museum is in Mexico-City.