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Before You Begin

Review the following guides for additional information related to economics.

 

Dictionaries, Handbooks, and Encyclopedias

Background Sources  Books designated with REF in the call number, unless otherwise noted, are located on the first floor of the Reinsch Library and do not circulate.

McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Economics. REF HB61 .E55  Includes easy-to-read articles with tables and examples from some of the most important subjects in economics.

New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics (8 vol.) REF HB61.N49 Emphasis on empirical work especially in microeconomics.

New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law. (3 vol.) REF K487 .E3 .N48 A classic in economics literature.

Oxford Dictionary of Economics. Use the “Browse this book” link to searchable economics entries.

 

Economic History

International Historical Statistics: the Americas, 1750-2000. REF HA175 .M55 Includes the GDP and coverage of historical statistics for the entire American continent. Series also includes these titles with international coverage:

International Historical Statistics: Africa, Asia & Oceania, 1750-2000. HA4675 .M552 

International Historical Statistics: Europe, 1750-2000. HA1107 .M5

Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History. (5 vol.) REF HC15 .O94 

Value of a Dollar: Prices and Incomes in the United States, 1860-2004. HB235 .U6 .V35  Statistics on U.S. prices, wages, purchasing power, and cost and standard of living from the Civil War era onward.

World Economy: Historical Statistics. REF HF1359 .M333 Historical look at economics, including its political influences. Also available as Electronic Book.

           

 

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