Provides reasonably good guidance about how to write a philosophy paper.
Libraries page (homepage of Cambridge University libraries)
Marshall lectures website (Cambridge lecture series on economics)
Centre for Capability and Sustainability (centre devoted to the study of the capability approach)
Cambridge Realist Workshops (workshops on realism in economics)
Moral Sciences Club (philosophical discussions)
Simon Blackburn’s page at the University of Cambridge (has some philosophy working papers listed)
Partha Das Gupta’s page at the University of Cambridge (several working papers available here)
These sites may assist you with philosophical/economic terms, theories, schools of thoughts, individuals.
Stanford Encyclopaedia on Philosophy
Useful reference source for philosophy; also refer the Philosophy of Economics article here.
The New School for Social Science Research – History of Economic Thought Website
Great resource for introductory information on the history of economic thought and individual economists.
Economists’ Papers Project –
Site devoted to preserving the papers of modern economists.
Helps you find most of the relevant journal articles for this course.
The National Bureau of Economic Research site; useful reference source to keep abreast with some of the latest research being done in economics.
Has full text of all the Tanner lectures, including those we read for this course.
Online books, including those relevant to this course – like Mill’s On Liberty or Utilitarianism – are available here.
Incredible search engine; don’t forget to check out it’s scholar function!
More precisely, the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel – quite a mouthful, innit? Useful source for biographies and text of prize winner’s/winners’ lectures.
Some other sites of interest.
The dismal science’s humour page: Economist jokes
Excellent resource on Hume.
Philosopher John Searle’s homepage
Website of an influential philosopher. Lists his working papers.
Ingrid Robeyns’ website
Working papers here offer substantive information on the capability approach.
Has syllabi and other information related to most courses offered at MIT, including those related to philosophy and history of economics. Quite impressive.
CEPA’s page on the most popular brand – Keynesians/Post-Keynesians – at the Cambridge school of economics.
The Chicago School of Economics (or, perhaps, the ‘other’ school of economics)
CEPA’s page on the Chicago school of economics.
An encyclopaedia article about the Philosophy of Economics
Somewhat partial, but extremely interesting, view of the battle of ideas in economics during the past century.
Popular book with a very lively blog.
An economist’s daily blog – blogging seems to be a growing trend amongst economists.
The History of Economic Thought weblinks
Useful source listing the links of relevant websites. Some links may be broken – pity!