Business Resources: Economics

Economics

 

Books

We own more than 1,000 books on economics. You can access the list here and the various subject areas within that discipline here.

 

 

 

 

Periodicals (journals, newspapers, magazines)

We subscribe to hundreds of economics periodicals, both electronically and in print. Here is a link to the list.

 

 

 

The Wall Street Journal is also an excellent source for economic news. Below is a tutorial on how to access the online version of this newspaper:

 

 

 

Databases

EconLit: Access to economics journal articles from around the world.

ABI/INFORM Complete: Access to articles on economics.

Academic Search Premier: A multi-disciplinary database that covers a broad range of topics. Do a keyword search on your topic.

Google Scholar: Search for scholarly journal articles and books. Follow the directions in our database list to set up Scholar to also search the library's full-text articles.

 

Websites

Survey of Current Business: Information on economic indicators.

Federal Reserve Economic Data: Provides current and historical economic data.

Monthly Labor Review: Employment statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

American FactFinder: Economic Census information.

Treasury Bulletin: Report on federal fiscal operations.