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Economics: Home

A guide to resources in economics

Key Resources

Background Information

Sage Research Methods

   

Includes the "Little Blue" and "Little Green" books on qualitative and quantitative research as well as the Project Planner, videos, and a broad range of handbooks and other research resources.

SIGN UP!! Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and New York Times

 

New York Times - Current and archival access to the New York Times. Access requires registration with a Northeastern email address. Once registered, users can log in directly at https://www.nytimes.com.

Wall Street Journal - Individuals must register with a Northeastern or @nchlondon.ac.uk email address to create an individual account. After completing the registration form, you will receive an email prompt to confirm the registration. Once you've provided confirmation and signed into the Journal, your account will be active.

Financial Times - Individuals must register with a Northeastern or @nchlondon.ac.uk email address to create a personal account.

 

Selected Current News Sources

Streaming Video Collections

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Academic Video Online (AVON) offers videos of interest to a broad range of disciplines, including significant coverage of economics and labor.

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Kanopy provides a broad range of documentaries across the disciplines.  See especially the Economics and Globalization category.

 

 

Docuseek provides a number of documentaries of interest to economists, including economic history, economic theory, labor studies, economic geography, and globalization.

 

Your Librarian

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Roxanne Palmatier
Contact:
270 Snell Library

(617) 373-4968

Resources for Economists on the Internet

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Need more help?

Please e-mail Roxanne Palmatier, library contact for Economics.