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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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  • NBER Working Papers A Best Bet database
    Working papers published by National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) researchers, intended for other professional economists. 11/1994-current.
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  • Global Insight A Best Bet database
    Economic, financial, and political coverage of countries, regions, and industries. Covers over 200 countries and spans over 170 industries. Includes REFI. 1946-current.
    Note: Works best with Internet Explorer.
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  • Social Sciences Citation Index A Best Bet database

    As of September 1, 2014, UConn Libraries discontinued access to Web of Science in favor of other alternative resource including Scopus. If you have any questions and/or if you would like to transfer your Web of Science search alerts to Scopus, please contact ermsupport@lib.uconn.edu.
    ALTERNATE RESOURCE: Scopus
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  • World Development Indicators (WDI) A Best Bet database
    Provides statistics on the economies of over 200 developing countries, including time series data on agriculture, manufacturing, health indicators, education, natural resources, and foreign investment. From the World Bank World Development Indicators. 1960s-current.
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