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Your comprehensive station for UCI's economic research content and beyond!
URL: https://guides.lib.uci.edu/economics

Remote Help

For Spring Quarter, current UCI students, faculty and staff can meet virtually with the Business & Economics Librarian, Annette.  

Office Hours
Meet Annette in Zoom from 4-5pm Pacific every Tues/Wed/Thurs.  For safety, attendees will be required to authenticate with their UCI Zoom accounts.  For privacy, attendees will enter a Zoom waiting room before being admitted to the meeting.  If several people need help, please be prepared to wait and to have a brief consultation.  For a longer consultation, please schedule an Individual Appointment.  

Individual Appointments
Schedule a 45-minute consultation with Annette in Zoom.  

UCI Business & Economics Librarian

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Annette Buckley
Contact:
949-824-0360
annetteb@uci.edu

Due to question volume, my response time may be about 48 business hours.
Subjects:Business

Hello!

The Economics Research Guide

How It Works

The regular tabs links to resources, grouped by type.

  • Need an eBook?  Find one from the eBooks tab. 

The dropdown tabs each have a menu of guides to relevant resources, grouped by subject. 

  • Looking for commodities data?  Try the GLOBAL TRADE & FINANCE menu. 

Nifty Note

Mintel Market Sizes *(Current UCI students, faculty, & staff) mintel logo
Need consumer goods market data globally?   Use Mintel Market Sizes!  It contains market size, market share, and forecast data for thousands of consumer goods categories worldwide.  Mintel monitors 18 industries and 34 markets representing 90% of global consumer spend, worth $37 trillion USD.  Data can be displayed in USD or local currency, you can easily extract data in your preferred format: Word, Excel, PowerPoint or PDF.  


Anteater Helpful Tips IconTip:  See Also  

For crunching numbers, take a look at the Software in the Libraries to see where you can access useful programs, like Stata and SPSS!

For even more Social Science data beyond what you'll find here, check out
our Social Science Data Research Guide.


After-hours questions?  Try this:  Ask A Librarian

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