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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 mutiple 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.
Land Economy: Dissertations, Journals & ebooks links
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.
Sociology and Land Economy collections are housed in the Seeley Library.
The Sociology and Land Economy collections are housed in the Seeley Library on Sidgewick site.
Library staff are happy to help you to locate the materials you need.
You can find more information about how to locate materials on the website.
The Seeley Library holds a range of journals relating to Sociology and Land Economy.
Please note that Cambridge University Libraries are operating an e-first policy for book purchases (preferring an ebook where feasible) in the wake of the lockdown and the limited re-opening of physical libraries.