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Economics

Research guide to ressources in economics.

Announcements

Professors of Economics :

  • Would you like me to come into your classroom and discuss with your students Economics research resources? Email me if you do!
  • Would you like me to create a course specific guide similar to ECON 316: Underground Economy? Email me if you do!

Welcome

Welcome and Bienvenue to the Economics Research Guide :

  • for researchers, scholars and students interested in Economics
  • groups electronic and physical resources relative to research in Economics
  • Librarian for Economics - Michael David MILLER
  • Humanities and Social Sciences Library

Economics Journals @ McGill Library

Guide Content

This research guide contains the information below:

  • In Databases & Working Papers you will find databases such as : Econ lit, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, Business Source Complete, ProQuest Commerce and much more. 
  • In Statistics & Data, you will find statistics and data on Québec, France, Canada, the USA and many other nations. 
  • In eBooks & Reports you will find resources such as Oxford Scholarship Online, the Elgar Economics ebook collection, reports and books from the OECD iLibrary, the WorldBank eLibrary and from the IMF eLibrary.
  • In the Economic Newspapers & Magazines links to The Economist, The Financial Times, Factiva, LexisNexis, and Eureka (Newscan)
  • In the Course Specific Resources, you will find course specific research guides that accompany the certain Economics courses. If a Professor of Economics would like a course guide to be created for her/his course, please email me with a copy of your course outline.  
  • In the Economics on Twitter section, you will find a Selection of Twitter accounts by myself, Michael David MILLER, Librarian for Economics

Questions? Ask your librarian!

Need help conducting research?

The Liaison Librarian for Economics, can help you with:

  • Finding research resources in economics,
  • Utilizing databases in economics,
  • Creating effective search strategies,
  • Locating sources of data in economics, 
  • and much more, just ask! 

You can find me in the Humanities and Social Sciences Library (HSSL). Please set up an appointment with me or visit me at the library for assistance. My contact information is to the left

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