Economics

Resources, tips, tools and data sources for economics research at Carleton

General Research Resources

Here are some shortcuts to important library resources.

The Becker-Posner Blog

Reading economists' blogs is a great way to become familiar with the field.  Here are the latest entries from the Becker-Posner blog.

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Contents of this Guide

This is a guide to doing economics research in Gould Library.  It only scratches the surface of resources available to students doing research here, but aims to point you to the most useful tools and places to get started. 

If you have any questions about this guide or using the library's collections for anthropology research, contact the Research/IT Desk or Kristin Partlo, the economics librarian.

Contents:

Latest from the Economist

One of the most frequent questions Carleton librarians are asked is whether the library subscribes to the Economist.  The library does not subscribe directly to the web site, but does through various other avenues, both online and in print.  Check the Journals List for access to the Economist.

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Quick Reference

Librarian

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Kristin Partlo

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Contact:
4th Libe - Room 466
507-222-7668
kpartlo@carleton.edu
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