Economic issues relate to the control, dispersal or use of goods and services within a country, region, or among nations.
Economic issues categories include a number of well thought out sub groups. Please see those to determine if your submission fits there.
This category is sites about economic issues of international importance.

Money supply (as it is), in terms of current law and practice, involves central bank decisions on short term interest rates and ratios of reserves and capital required to keep banks that serve the public financially strong. These decisions affect prices, employment, liquidity, economic growth and interest costs and earnings. Stable prices, full employment, sustainable growth and favorable security effects are the goals of central banks.

Money supply (as it should be), in terms of reform proposals by those who would change current law and practice, may involve ideas to make money less vulnerable to inflation and/or to make money promote full employment, prosperity, security and economic democracy.

The category includes money supply (as it is) and money supply (as it should be).

Submissions to this category may include explanations of this most complex of issues with little or no hint of an agenda for change. Submissions may also include critiques of the current system of money and/or money supply that imply, plead for or demand reform or technical change as critics see it.
This category is for personal web pages on economic issues.
Also known as P3 or Private Finance Initiatives (PFI). Public Private Partnerships are projects in which the private sector participates in various aspects of public service delivery, infrastructure construction or support services.
This category is for sites about issues related to economic regulations.
This category lists sites that deal with issues related to economic sanctions.