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ECO 101 Brownell: Economics Research

Publications for Economics

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The Economist - selected content via Business Insights Essentials database. Search for specific topics or browse the latest issues.

Websites for Economics

Library Resources for Economics Research

Below are a few recommended databases for articles on economic topics. The economy and economic theory can be a hot-button political item, so pay attention to the source, and possible bias, of authors and publications. For instance you may find an article from a publication called Human Events. The publication description for Human Events in Academic Search Complete says "News items of the week presented through eyes that favor limited constitutional government, local self-government, private enterprise and individual freedom." So this publication has an editorial bias.

Also pay attention to the dates on articles. Some may be reporting news as it happens - like the AIG Bailout - rather than reporting on the consequences of the bailout  a few years after the event.

Resources for selected economics topics


Freeing Trade in North America by Greg Anderson  

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