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Core Databases and Indexes

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Business Source Complete Description Business Source Complete (EBSCOhost)
Full-text Database
Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus
A Dictionary of Economics (Oxford Reference Onine) Description A Dictionary of Economics (Oxford Reference Online)
eBook
Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus
EconLit  Description EconLit (EBSCOhost)
Full-text Database
Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library 4 On & Off Campus
WorldCat Description WorldCat ‡ (FirstSearch)
Catalog
Funded by LiLI   On & Off Campus

To search for a specific journal, use the A-Z Journal List.

Related Databases and Indexes

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Academic Search Complete Description Academic Search Complete (EBSCOhost)
Full-text Database
Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus
Database Description of American FactFinder American FactFinder (U.S. Census Bureau)
Web Site
Free
 
Unrestricted
Dissertations and Theses - A&I Description Dissertations and Theses - A&I ‡ (ProQuest)
Index
Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus
Database Description of Fed in Print: A Comprehensive Index to Federal Reserve Economic Research (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco) Fed in Print: A Comprehensive Index to Federal Reserve Economic Research (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)
Web Site
Free
 
Unrestricted
Fuente Academica Description Fuente Academica (EBSCOhost)
Full-text Database
Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus
Historical Abstracts Description Historical Abstracts (EBSCOhost)
Full-text Database
Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus
Humanities and Social Sciences Index Retrospective Description Humanities & Social Sciences Index Retrospective: 1907-1984 (EBSCOhost)
Full-text Database
Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library 4 On & Off Campus
LexisNexis Academic Description LexisNexis Academic
Full-text Database
Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus
Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) Description Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD)
Full-text Database
Free
  Unrestricted
PRIMO Description PRIMO
Catalog
Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   Special
ProQuest Statistical Insight Description ProQuest Statistical Insight
Full-text Database
Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus

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Books

The following are selected resources on economics. For more books on this subject, use the Library Catalog.

To find books in other libraries, use WorldCat, a collective catalog for thousands of libraries in the United States, Canada, and around the world. This catalog should not be used as a substitute for this library's catalog but as another avenue of searching for books.

Dictionaries

Dictionary of Economics (Reference Collection: HB61 .B554 1997): This dictionary defines economic terms and explains formulae and economic indicators and statistics. No index.

Great Economists Since Keynes (Reference Collection: HB76 .B55 1985): This resource contains brief biographies of important economists of the twentieth century. Also included are lists of selected critical works.

Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History (Reference Collection: HC15 .O94 2003): This multi-volume encyclopedia contains in-depth discussions of important concepts in world economic history including agriculture, labor, industry, politics, consumption and more. An index can be found in the last volume.

Encyclopedias

Encyclopedia of Media and Politics (Reference Center: P 95.82 U 6 E 47 2007): This encyclopedia covers the interplay between mass media, journalism, and politics. Its articles cover important journalists and political figures and concepts like media bias, attack journalism, and news analysis. Indexed.

Handbooks and Guides

Economist Guide to Economic Indicators (Reference Collection: HA29 .E28 1997): This guide contains articles on how economic indicators (such as exchange rates, employment statistics, prices and wages, growth trends) are factored and used in economics. Indexed.

Guide to Everyday Economic Statistics (Reference Collection: HB137 .C57 2004): This guide contains articles on how key economic statistics (GNP, sales and rates, employment, trade deficits, etc.) are calculated and used in economics. Indexed.

Economic Indicators and Statistics

World Economy: Historical Statistics (Reference Collection: HF1359 .M333 2003): This collection of economic statistics contains estimates of GNP, population and more for regions around the world from the 1500s to 2001. A bibliography of sources is included. No index.


Web Sites

Accounting, Business Studies and Economics Dictionary: Developed and maintained by the ITS Tutorial School, this online dictionary provides quick definitions of thousands of business, accounting, financial, and economics terms.

EconData: This site contains a searchable database of more than 1,000 sites that provide economic data on a variety of topics. This site primarily focuses on data for the United States.

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, resources provided by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

Game Theory.net's Dictionary of Game Theory Terms: Created by an assistant professor of economics at Vanderbilt University, this online dictionary defines the terms and concepts associated with game theory. The dictionary is part of a larger Web site devoted to game theory.

INFOMINE: INFOMINE is a special database that searches for Web site and documents that most search engines miss, primarily Web pages and documents on university Web sites. This database is developed and maintained by the Library of the University of California, Riverside.

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WWW Virtual Library: Economics: A joint project by a professor at SUNY Oswego and the Helsinki School of Economics, this two-part Web site contains list of links to economics resources online. Links are organized into useful categories.


Librarians

Bibliographer & Reference Librarian for Economics Reference Librarians for Economics
Philip A. Homan
Instruction Librarian
(208) 282-3047
homaphil@isu.edu
 
Jenny Lynne Semenza
Associate University Librarian for Public Services/Building Manager
(208) 282-2581
semejenn@isu.edu
Cheryl Sebold
LAIII-Reference & Collection Development
(208) 282-3246
sebocher@isu.edu
 


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