The Land Economy collection is housed in the Seeley Library on Sidgwick Site. 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. For more information visit the Seeley Library Website.
Specialist print resources and library help is available via the Library webpage.
There are many other libraries in Cambridge which may also hold useful collections for your subject.
For more information about borrowing see the borrowing libguide.
The University holds a range of journals relating to Land Economy, including the role and use of land, real estate, and environment within an economy. It applies particularly the disciplines of economics, law and planning for the analysis of the governance of land use, urban areas and interactions with other environmental resources. Electronic journals appearing on Land Economy reading lists can be accessed via iDiscover.
The University Library (UL) has a comprehensive collection of doctoral dissertations which can be searched for using iDiscover.
*Please note that we can only hold theses for up to five years, so those older than this are not available. From 2018 onwards, dissertations are available to view online via the faculty Moodle page “Land Economy Dissertation Library”.
A list of Land Economy Dissertations held at the library can be browsed at the Library desk.
They can also be searched by title and author on iDiscover.
Theses cannot be borrowed from the library or copied in any way.