| Academic Search Premier|
This resource was designed for the premier researcher, rich with the most valuable, comprehensive multidisciplinary content available. As a leading scholarly database, it provides access to acclaimed full-text journals, magazines, and other valuable resources.
Using the acronym for “journal storage”, this collection contains complete back issues of 241 scholarly journals in a wide range of disciplines. Issues from the most recent five years for each title are not included in the collection.
| LexisNexis Academic|
Provides access to wide range of news (full-text newspapers), business, government, legal and reference information.
|ProQuest Research Library|
Contains the citations and abstracts of over 1,000 titles in the broad areas of social sciences and law. Of those 1,000 titles, 710 provide users with full-text, images and graphics online. Indexing and full-text coverage begins in the early 1990s for most titles.
|Archive for the History of Economic Thought|
"This archive is an attempt to collect in one place a large number of significant texts in the history of economic thought."
|Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy (BRIE)|
Provides the full-text of papers exploring the development and use of new technologies on the world economy.
|Bureau of Economic Analysis|
The Bureau of Economic Analysis is a division of the U. S. Department of Commerce. This agency publishes data and analysis of regional, national and international economics.
| Bureau of Labor Statistics|
"The Bureau of Labor Statistics is the principal fact-finding agency for the Federal Government in the broad field of labor economics and statistics."
|Center on Budget and Policy Priorities|
Keeping an eye on the government's budget decisions, CBPP is particularly interested in how these decisions affect low-income Americans
|Economic Indicators - Economics & Statistics Administration|
The Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA) releases 12 monthly and quarterly Principal Federal Economic Indicators collected by its constituent bureaus: the U.S. Census Bureau and the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). These indicators include Gross Domestic Product, New Home Sales, and the U.S. Trade Balance.
|Economic Policy Institute|
The Economic Policy Institute is a progressive think-tank dedicated to broadening the discussion about economic policy to include the interests of low- and middle-income workers.
"Economists at the Federal Reserve Board conduct innovative research on a broad range of topics in economics and finance. In addition to presenting their research to policymakers, Board economists share their research at academic conferences and publish it in peer-reviewed journals and other scholarly outlets."
|OECD - Observer|
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) publication.
|Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research|
"SIEPR scholars conduct studies on important economic policy issues in the United States and other countries. SIEPR’s goal is to inform and advise policy makers and the public and to guide their decisions with sound policy analysis."
|U.S. Census Bureau|
Census information both current and past can be viewed by state and county.
|U.S. Department of the Treasury|
Official site of the United States Department of the Treasury. The Resource Center contains information about U.S. economic policy, financial markets, tax policy, and terrorism and illicit finance.
The World Bank's online tool, called DataBank, is an analysis and visualisation tool that contains collections of time series data on a variety of topics.
Full Text Available - These electronic resources offer the full text of some (if not all) items.
Restricted Access - These electronic resources may only be used by PHC students, faculty, and staff.