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

UCI Business & Economics Librarian

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Annette Buckley
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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

Our newest nifty news (say that five times fast!) is about well...news!  Two publications to be precise. 

Washington post logoThe UCI Libraries now have campus-wide subscriptions to the publishers' websites for the Washington Post and the Orange County Registerfor your doomscrolling reading pleasure.  A few notes:

  • You'll need to be connected to the VPN to access them.
     
  • You do not need to create an account to read articles.  Just enjoy the wonderful lack of paywalls!

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  • For WaPo, please ignore any "subscribe now" messages.  (Yeah, it's odd.  We can't get rid of them, and we're hoping for a fix someday.)
     
  • These subscriptions do not include access to the publishers' mobile apps.  If you want to doomscroll read on your mobile device, the UCI Libraries are happy to spoil you with premium subscriptions to Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, and the NY Times.  

 


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.

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