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Economic Principals Project
Sabre Foundation is collaborating with long-time newspaperman David Warsh to publish online coverage of university economics. EconomicPrincipals.com is an experiment in online economic journalism, a test of whether traditional methods of newsgathering can flourish in the new medium that is the World Wide Web.
EP reports on the production and distribution of economic ideas, as they affect historical awareness and public policy. It follows newspaper and magazine coverage of these topics. And it seeks to put under-noticed economic journalism in touch with a wider audience. EP is not about the business cycle. It is about professional economists and the circuits through which their ideas are transmitted to politicians, policymakers and voters -- Keynes' famous "voices in the air."
Among its readers in more than 60 countries around the world are economists, journalists, managers, policymakers, educators, lobbyists, investors, citizens - anyone interested in the connections between university economics and the rest of the world.
Sabre Foundation, a public charity founded in 1969, is perhaps best known for the Book Donation Program it began in 1986 - more than five million books shipped to assist the needy and the young in over 70 countries. It also provides Internet and related information technology training targeted to these regions, through workshops in the U.S. and overseas. And for 25 years, Sabre's Philosophy of Institutions Project has explored the nature and accountability of free institutions.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
If you would like to help Economic Principals, you can make an online donation through our secure Website. Donations like yours will help to extend the program and contribute to the civic life of an educated citizenry.
For more information and inquiries about the Economic Principals Project please contact:
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