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This guide is prepared for Stetson students researching topics in economics.
Founded in 1885, the American Economic Association consists of over 18.000 members who are academic scholars, working economists interested in economic research. It publishes 7 journals and provides resources for undergraduate and graduate students majoring in economics.
The NABE is an association of professionals interested in business economics, corporate planning, finance, health economics, international economics, manufacturing/industry, small business economics, real estate, technology and transfer pricing.
"The Association for Social Economics was founded in 1941 seeking to promote high quality research in the broadly defined area of social economics. Social economics is the study of the ethical and social causes and consequences of economic behavior, institutions, organizations, theory, and policy."
This guide includes links to library databases and other research tools where you can find scholarly articles, books, and statistics related to economics.
Remember, librarians can help you with your research.
Find academic journals, business magazines, and newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal. Also includes country information and statistics, company profiles, industry reports and market research reports.
Business Source Premier contains full-text from the world's top management and marketing journals. Includes many leading journals in the areas of economics, finance, and accounting, as well as country economic reports.
News, business and legal sources from LexisNexis. newspapers, magazines, and some journals. Coverage includes general news topics; foreign language news; company, industry, and market news; legal news; general health topics; accounting/tax info; government topics.