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Best Bet Databases in Public Policy
  • CQ Researcher A Best Bet database
    In-depth, unbiased coverage of health, social trends, criminal justice, international affairs, education, the environment, technology, and the economy. From the Congressional Quarterly. 1991 to present.
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  • PAIS International A Best Bet database
    PAIS International indexes journal articles, books, statistical yearbooks, conference proceedings, research reports and government documents from all over the world on public affairs, political science, public administration, and international relations 1915-current.
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  • Academic Search Premier A Best Bet database
    Scholarly journal articles and popular magazines covering all topics. A great database for beginning searches. 1980s-present (dates may vary).
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  • EconLit through EbscoHOST A Best Bet database
    Indexes the international literature on economics. Topics include economic development, forecasting, and history; fiscal and monetary theory; business and public finance; international, health care, regional and urban economics, and more. 1969-current.
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  • ABI/INFORM Global A Best Bet database
    Articles in business, finance, management, accounting, advertising, banking, insurance, marketing, public administration, real estate, and telecommunications. 1991-current (fulltext); 1971-current (index & abstracts).
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    • ProQuest ABI/Inform Global
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  • JSTOR A Best Bet database
    Essential scholarly journals in many academic fields, especially arts, literature, humanities, and biology. Some back to early 1900s; most recent 2-5 years not available.
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