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EconLit  Connect to EconLit
Access: Internet-delivered database. There are three ways to connect:
   1. from a public computer in the University of Delaware Library
   2. from a University of Delaware campus connection in your dorm, lab, or office
   3. from an off-campus connection (University of Delaware ID required)
Description:

EconLit is the American Economic Association’s electronic bibliography of economics literature throughout the world. It provides comprehensive information on accounting, capital markets, econometrics, economic forecasting, government regulations, labor economics, monetary theory, urban economics and much more.

EconLit contains abstracts, indexing, and links to full-text articles in economics journals. It abstracts books and indexes articles in books, working paper series, and dissertations. EconLit also provides the full text of Journal of Economic Literature book reviews (mid-1993 to date).

Examples of publications indexed in EconLit include: Accounting Review, Advances in Macroeconomics, African Finance Journal, American Economist, British Journal of Industrial Relations, Business Economics, Canadian Journal of Development Studies, Harvard Business Review, Journal of Applied Business Research, Marketing Science, Policy, Small Business Economics, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, etc. EconLit records include abstracts of books, journal articles, and working papers published by the Cambridge University Press and other organizations.

By clicking on the “Visual Search” tab, you can search the database and have your results sorted by topic in an interactive, visual map.

Coverage: 1886-
Updated: monthly
Journals: Journals Indexed in EconLit
Links: Has Get It! links.
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Permitted Uses: The text of the license, which specifies permitted usages, can be viewed by clicking on “Terms of Use” at the bottom of each screen.
Help: Click on “HELP” on the navigation bar. For further assistance, contact a librarian.
Related Resources:

Some aspects of economics may be covered also in PAIS International, ABI/INFORM, Business & Company Resource Center, and Business Source Premier.

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Producer: American Economic Association

This page is maintained by Erin Daix, Collection Development Department.

Last modified: 08/05/13