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Information about collections for Economics and Development Studies

The Marshall Library has a high number of textbooks, most of which are on the reading lists (link to intranet; only works for current students) for Economics and some are part of the MPhil at the Centre of Development Studies. There are several copies of most books on the core papers for both subjects. Apart from textbooks, the Library has particularly strong holdings in economic history, on specific countries (especially on China) and has also some books relating to politics and society. The collection of working papers (though mostly historic) is sizeable. The Marshall Library’s Archival materials are substantial, and include papers by famous Cambridge economists as well as materials relating to the Cambridge Economic Growth project.

In addition to print resources, there is one dedicated Bloomberg and one Datastream terminal, and we have a high number of e-resources

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