Economics Biblography

Useful Online Resources

Economic Dictionary - Provides economic terms and glossary.                                                                                           
EDIRC-Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centers in the World.  Currently 6757 institutions in 214 countries and territories are listed. The index is organized by countries and fields, to avoid too long a download. Included are economics departments research centers and institutes in universities, as well as finance ministries, statistical offices, central banks, think tanks, and other non-profit institutions where mainly economists are working.
FAIRMODEL - This site brings the power of large scale macroeconomics analysis to anyone with access to the internet. It is a resource for business forecasters, government policy analysts, macroeconomic researchers, teachers, and students.
IDEAS is a central index of working papers. One of the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics. Over 180,000 items of research can be browsed, and over 90,000can be downloaded in full text.
Institute for Economic Analysis (IEA) - Reference for Analyzing Economic Fluctuations—Full employment growth.

The following works are in the Galveston College Library:



 Basic Economics  HB 171 .S73 2000
 Basic Economic Principles: A Guide for  Students  HB 71 .O26 2000
 Capitalism with morality  HB 72 .H34 2000
 The Economy Today.- 8th ed.  HB 171.5 .S292 2000
 The Making of Modern Economics  HB 75 .S545 2001
 The Soul of Capitalism  HB 501 .G6472 2003
 Understanding Economics  HB 171 .S664 2000
 Essentials of Economics  HB 171.5 .G825 2002

For help finding other sources, please ask at the Reference Desk.

Updated 2/7/2014 - Content Author tkloppen