The Economics guide is your source for scholarly resources in economics.
The Introduction tab provides a descriptive guide to the major resources in the field.
The Journals - Searching tab provides tools for locating journal articles.
The Key Journals tab provides quick links to a selective list of the most important journals in economics.
The Working Papers tab explains how to find the latest economic research, published in working paper form.
The Books tab shows how to locate electronic and print books, including major reference works.
The Economic Data tab describes data sources for economics.
The Useful Web Sites tab provides a selection of significant web sites for economics research.
The Organizations tab provides links to major organizations, societies, research centers, academic departments, and job listings in economics.
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