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Economics Collections in Cambridge
There are many specialist print and online resources for Economics in Cambridge. These pages give you an overview of the resources, and the research support that libraries can offer.
On this guide, you'll find:
Locating Print Collections
If you're looking for a specific item, the easiest way to track it down is by using the library catalogue, iDiscover. Type a few words from the book or article's title into the search box. If the article or book is available online (and many of them are) then you should be able to get to it directly by clicking 'Full text available'. If it isn't online, then iDiscover will tell you where the print copies can be found. If you're looking for articles on a given topic, add a few keywords to the search box on iDiscover. Be careful with your search terms, and try synonyms if you're not getting the results you hoped for.
You can see the whole list of journals the university subscribes to on the ejournals website. Other useful ways to search for journal articless include Google Scholar, Project Muse and JStor.
EconLit EconLit, the American Economic Association's electronic database, is the world's foremost source of references to economic literature. EconLit adheres to the high quality standards long recognized by subscribers to the Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) and is a reliable source of citations and abstracts to economic research dating back to 1969.
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