The following are some selected Internet Resources in the field of Economics Bureau of Labor Statistics
Bureau of Economic Analysis
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis & Links to other Federal Reserve Banks
U.S Census Bureau
The World Bank Group
Dr. T's EconLinks.com
The following are some selected Internet Resources in the field of Economics
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Print Sources & Reference Books
The following sources can be found on the main level of the Wolfgram Memorial Library in the Reference Area. Ask a reference librarian if you need help locating an item.
REF HB6l .E55
McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Economics
Includes articles on over 300 economic subjects.
REF HB61 .P161
New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics
Four-volume dictionary which is a British publication so the emphasis is on British terminology and British economists.
REF HB76 .W47
Who's Who in Economics: A Biographical Dictionary of Major Economists
REF HC106.5 .A272
Economic Report of the President to the Congress (Links to online version)
Published by Government Printing Office and offers statistics in government receipts and expenditures and consumer price indexes.
REF Z755l .S84
Provides access to over 60,000 statistical sources from labor, the private sector and the government.
INDEX HBl .I38
Index of Economic Articles
Includes articles from 1886 to 1995 solely on economic subjects.
INDEX HB1 .J6
Journal of Economic Literature (Links to E-Journal)
Provides an index to economic journal literature and has some selected abstracts. It also includes book reviews.