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Economics Research Guide

Research tools for economics.

Remote Research During the COVID-19 Emergency

This section has been created to aid students, faculty, and the general public in conducting research without access to the physical collections and spaces of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library https://library.tulane.edu/ Please don't hesitate to contact wedig@tulane.edu  with any and all remote research questions and concerns. I am available for email and zoom consultations Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. I am happy and eager to help!

This section will be continually updated and we welcome suggestions.

 

Looking for Journal Articles?

In addition to EconLit, the primary database for literature in economics, social science and business databases may also be useful to economics researchers.

Economic History & Political Economy

Political economy is an interdisciplinary study of the relationship between the public and the private, the political and the economic, and has its origins in philosophical debates of the Enlightenment. Because of its interdisciplinary nature, scholars may find valuable resources from the fields of history, philosophy, and political science in addition to economics.

Research and Statistical Databases (Selected)

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