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Economics Research Guide   Tags: business, econ, economic theory, economics, monetary policy  

A guide to research in Economics.
Last Updated: Jan 10, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Frequently Used

  • Business Source Complete  
    This database contains full-text articles in journals, magazines, and trade publications. Very useful for company and industry information
  • EconLit  
    Created by the American Economic Association, this database indexes more than 500 international economic journals. Subjects include consumer economics, monetary policy, economic theory, and more.
  • International Country Risk Guide (ICRG) Researchers Dataset  
  • LexisNexis Academic Search  
    This full-text database indexes over 6,000 sources including journals, magazines, and newspaper articles.
  • NBER Working Papers
    The National Bureau of Economic Research, a nonprofit organization, disseminates authoritative economic research via its "Working Papers". There are also links to economic indicators and business cycle dates.

Also Try

  • Academic Search Complete  
    This multidisciplinary database includes full-text articles in journals and magazines. Subjects include the arts, business, chemistry, computer science, languages, psychology, and much more.
  • JSTOR  
    This multidisciplinary database provides full-text access to over 1,000 scholarly journals. The "Browse" tab allows browsing by discipline - "Economics" lists 72 titles which can be searched individually or as a group.
  • SocIndex with Full Text  
    This database, a sociology research database, includes many economics-related articles - many full-text. Clicking on "Subject Terms" and typing: economics (and then clicking on Economics) will suggest terms for searching.
  • Economist - Historical Archive 1843-2007  
    The complete online archive of every issue of the global weekly newspaper (1843-2006)
    Researchers and students will now be able to access high quality primary sources of more than 160 years of The Economist, enabling them to facilitate comparisons of economic trends across continents and centuries.

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