Collected here are a wide range of excellent publications in the field of economics, including journals, working paper series, conferences, newsletters, and faculty and student research. The collections are enhanced by features such as PDF viewers, custom metadata, and cover images.Economics Weebinar
Campus Conferences, Proceedings, or Symposia
The seminar provides students with an opportunity to discuss ongoing research in the economic analysis of law. Speakers include prominent scholars in the field of law and economics from around the nation and the world.
The 12th International Conference of the Society for Global Business and Economic Development (SGBED) took place on July 21-23 2011 at Singapore Management University, Singapore.The collection contains the keynote address, plenary session presentations and other additional information.
The Rhode Island Current Conditions Index (CCI) is a monthly indicator that details the present state of the Rhode Island economy by following the behavior of twelve key economic indicators pertaining to housing, retail sales, fiscal pressures, the employment situation, and labor supply.
Faculty and Student Research
These papers and presentations include full-text files when possible, and links out when copyright restrictions apply.
Connecticut College has collected together here the papers accepted for Honors in Economics. They've also included a banner to give some branding to the series.
This collection of theses and dissertations features extended, customized metadata to include such fields as first and second advisor, degree name, and an indication of whether it is available openly or on-campus only.
These theses and dissertations use expanded metadata, capturing information such as advisor, college, and degree type.
The Gettysburg Economic Review is an undergraduate student journal edited and published by the Economics Department at Gettysburg College. It showcases some of the best work produced by Economics students in the department each year.
The UER is a peer-reviewed journal aimed at promoting high quality undergraduate research. It is supported by the Department of Economics and The Ames Library at Illinois Wesleyan University.
This journal features paper from the students in the Master of Science in International Banking and Finance (MIBF) Program at Lingnan University.
Journal of Economic and Social Policy (JESP) is a double blind peer reviewed journal, comprising an international editorial board, with expertise across the many social and economic policy areas. The journal has been operational for sixteen years, and has in this time covered a range of topical issues, as well as lively and informed debate.
The Distinguished Lecture on Africa Series is co-sponsored by the Department of Economics in the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Haenicke Institute for Global Education.
The newsletter for the Department of Economics provides information about programs, events, current students, alumni, and faculty for the department. On the article page, the PDF viewer has been enabled to give visitors a preview of the document.
This collection uses the book gallery as well as the ISSUU plug-in to showcase historical newsletters from the Department of Economics at SFA.
This historical collection uses the book gallery to share several different formats of the original document. It also utilizes a custom banner for additional branding and the PDF Viewer on the article page.
Technical Report Series
These research reports, created by the Center for Business and Economic Research at UKY, provide valuable information on the Kentucky economy.
IPED works to increase public understanding of the diverse communities that surround El Paso, Texas. These technical reports date back to 1998.
Working Paper Series
The working papers in this series include both the JEL (Journal of Economic Literature) codes and the working paper number in their metadata.
Economics Working Papers includes pre-prints of articles, conference papers and presentations, and book chapters on topics of interest to faculty in the Department of Economics. The article information page includes a PDF viewer.