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Welcome! Here you will find an overview of the many specialist print and online resources for Land Economy in Cambridge. The Land Economy collection is housed in the Seeley Library in the History Faculty Building.

The Land Economy collection (housed in the Seeley Library on Sidgewick site) reflects the multidisciplinary nature of the teaching at the Department of Land Economy. It contains books covering subjects such as law, real estate finance, environmental and resource management, international development and urban planning. It also contains a particularly strong collection of economics text books.

Material can be found in multiple locations within the library so we recommend you check iDiscover, and don't forget to speak to a member of staff if you need any help accessing your readings.

 

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