A multi-disciplinary database containing full-text for thousands of journals in nearly every subject area, including: computer science, engineering, physics, chemistry, language and linguistics, arts and literature, medical sciences, ethnic studies, and many more.
(Formerly ABI/Inform) Covers thousands of business publications, most of them in full-text. Subject coverage includes business conditions, management techniques, business trends, management practice and theory, corporate strategy and tactics, and competitive landscape.
This is an excellent place to start if you are looking for newspaper articles. Provides full-text access (and indexing and abstracts) for 350 international and U.S. newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and the Star Tribune.
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Whether you like your economics macro, micro, or both, you'll find it here — different schools of thought (e.g. Keynesian), inflation, public policy. Written in clear, no-nonsense language; entries have reference lists for further reading.
A bit more than a dictionary, but not as detailed or comprehensive as an encyclopedia, this guide provides brief descriptions and explanations of important concepts in Economics. More useful for those who are new to the field.
Slightly more robust than similar encyclopedias, you'll find the expected background and overview articles as well as suggestions for further reading. Useful for starting your research or for quick refreshers on particular topics.
Useful background articles on world economic topics such as "Group of Seventy-Seven" and "Offshoring", each with suggestions for further reading. Look in the front for the List of Entries and entries organized by subject.
This engaging book maintains that "[t]he history of modern economics is a cunning plot that can match the best of historical novels." Readable, factual biographies of economists from Adam Smith to Milton Friedman, with cogent analysis.
Detailed descriptions of economic theories named after their creators. Use it to look up information on specific theories, such as the "Nash Bargaining Solution" or the "Keynes Effect", or to help in biographical research of particular economists.
This is a great one-stop shop for anything related to economics, such as links to data and other useful sites. Browse the site's contents or search for economic data from the United States or countries around the world.
The Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank serves the public by pursuing a growing economy and stable financial system that work for everyone. It conducts world-class research to inform and inspire policymakers and the public.
The World Bank Group is a global partnership working to reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries. It publishes a wide range of documents and reports on relevant issues. We recommend using the advanced search interface.