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Economics

How to find Economics-specific Databases, Articles in Databases, Books, Theses, and Other Resources

Statistics and Statistical Sources (TTU Subscription Databases)

Economics is a discipline heavily-dependent on statistics. The sources of these statistics are myriad, and can originate from various levels: local, state, regional, national, international. They can originate from public or private sources. Here are some sources that are only available to TTU-affiliates (students, faculty, and staff) with a valid eRaider account.

Statistics and Statistical Sources (Free, Publicly-Available, Non-TTU Resources)

Economics is a discipline heavily-dependent on statistics. The sources of these statistics are myriad, and can originate from various levels: local, state, regional, national, international. They can originate from public or private sources. Here are some publicly-available  sources that anyone can view.

Other Notable Research Guides

This guide would be interminably long if I were to attempt to list every resource that an economics researcher could possibly want or need. I am always happy to do a one-on-one research consultation with you, in order to help find some good sources. However, if you don't have time for this, or simply want to get started now, some of my fellow Business/Economics Librarians from around the state, country, and globe have already published some excellent guides which may be of further/immediate assistance.

All Business/Economics Guides