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Begin with EconLit and Business Source Complete. Use of other databases listed will depend upon the full nature of your research question. For instance, if your question includes a sociological component you may wish to search Sociological Collection or SocIndex with Full Text. If you are researching the economy in relation to some aspect of education, you may wish to search one of the education databases listed here. NOTE: Use the reports and articles you find in databases to discover previous research and to trace the data used in those studies back to its original source. Search the sources listed under the "Data Sources: U.S." and "Data Source: Global" tabs to locate and extract secondary data.
This expanded version of the Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) contains bibliographic citations from journals, books and dissertations covering economics-related literature in both economic theory and application.
The most comprehensive scholarly business database with a large percentage of full-text material from journals, conference proceedings, investment research, industry, market research, and country reports, SWOT analyses and more.
This index is useful for discovering articles relating to public policy issues, including public health, the environment, housing, human and civil rights, international conflict, and natural disasters. The content indexed includes scholarly journals, conference papers, and government documents.