Economics & Finance

The Library purchases high-quality subscription online resources to support your assignments.  
Download the University VPN system to access these any time, anywhere!

Finding, reading and referencing relevant journal articles will get you the highest marks:

1) Use the Discovery Service to search for journal articles on a topic:

  • Think about your keywords, where you want to search and how you will filter your results
  • The Peer-Reviewed Articles option returns the most academic content

VIDEO: Using Discovery for Business searches
You may also want to create an account to keep/save results
If you are not using VPN: extra help with EBSCO login screens

2) If you are getting too many results that are not economics-related, try these alternative resources:

fully searchable in EBSCO Discovery

Academic peer-reviewed journal articles, professional publications and more across all business topics. 

Searching Business Source Complete video

• EconLit 

fully searchable in EBSCO Discovery

Find articles, book chapters, working papers and dissertations in Economics. In many cases (but not all) there are links to the full text of the document.

The NBER is committed to undertaking and disseminating unbiased economic research among public policymakers, business professionals, and the academic community.

fully searchable in EBSCO Discovery

This is a collaborative attempt to bring together bibliographic records of economic research and working papers from over 99 countries. Very useful for researchers who, in addition to using the database, might like to follow the New Economic Papers or read the EconAcademics blog.


News Services

Including our Financial Times and Economist subscriptions

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 Hannah Porter

Faculty Librarian


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