Economic Crisis and StimulusU.S. Information | International Information | Nongovernmental Sources |
Resources in the Catalog | Related Topics
U.S. Government Information
- American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act)
- Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008
- Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act of 2009
Executive and Agency Resources
- Budget of the United States Government
Shows how the Recovery Act is working, how funds are spent, and what financial opportunities are available from the government.
- Bureau of Economic Analysis: Overview of the U.S. Economy
- Department of Energy: Recovery and Reinvestment
Provides information about DOE Recovery Act funds.
- Department of Labor Information Related to the Recovery Act
- Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC)
FCIC is a bipartisan commission created by the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act of 2009 to examine the financial crisis in the United States.
Features oversight information associated with the Treasury Department's Financial Stability Plan.
HUD Information Related to the Recovery Act
Contains housing information including details on programs, grants, accountability guidelines, and allocations by state.
- IRS Information Related to the Recovery Act
Information on tax-related provisions of the Recovery Act.
- Small Business Administration
SBA Recovery Information Center
- SIGTARP (Office of the Special Inspector General of the Troubled Asset Relief Program)
Established by EESA to oversee the TARP program via audits and investigations.
- Colorado's Headquarters for the Recovery Act
Shows how Recovery Act funds are being allocated in Colorado; provides information on jobs, projects, and resources for seeking economic assistance.
International Organization Information
- Council of Europe
- European Union: Credit Crunch – The EU at Work
- G-20 (Group of Twenty)
Principle Global Indicators
- International Monetary Fund (IMF)
- Financial Crisis is a portal to news and policy papers on the economic crisis
- World Economic Outlook Update, January 28, 2009
- World Bank
- Swimming Against the Tide:
How Developing Countries Are Coping with the
This report by the World Bank describes the toll that the global economic crisis is having on developing nations.
- Topics in Development: Financial Crisis
Discusses how the global financial crisis is affecting developing nations and proposes ways that the developed community can help.
- Vulnerability Fund
A proposal by World Bank Director Robert Zoellick that developed countries commit 0.7 percent of their economic stimulus packages to a “Vulnerability Fund” for developing countries affected by the global financial crisis.
- Colorado State University Libraries: Financial Crisis
- Fordham Law Library: U.S. Financial Crisis
- Mississippi State University Libraries: Economic and Financial Crisis
- Stimulus Watch
Lists projects proposed by the U.S. Conference of Mayors for federal grant funding. Users can search for project information by state, city, keyword, or program type; learn about each program's cost and the number of jobs it could create; and comment on proposed projects.
Allows searching of over 81,000 reports from recipients of more than $205 billion in contracts, grants, and loans awarded under the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act between Feb. 17 and March 31, 2010, as well as additional information on sub-recipients and vendors.
Resources in the Catalog
Numerous sources of information on the economic crisis are available in the collection.
Try these searches to see some of the resources in Chinook, the library catalog:
|Electronic Resources||Print and Electronic Resources|
|economic stabilization||economic stabilization|
|financial crises||financial crises|
|econom* and assistance||econom* and assistance|
(government publications only)
(government publications only)
The * replaces up to five characters in a word.