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Economics Research Guide

Welcome! This guide will point you to research resources for a variety of economics related topics.

Working Papers

Working papers are highly recommended as a vehicle to current research in the field of Economics.

You can access economics working papers from the following selected resources:

  • Papers include research on economic aspects related to various topics including age groups, economic development, health, industry, law, international business and public economics.
  • Subcription required but free. An announcement service which filters information on new additions to RePEc into edited reports.
  • A collaborative effort of hundreds of volunteers in 58 countries and 35 US states to enhance the dissemination of research in economics.
  • Working papers from Harvard Business School faculty that summarize original research in a narrow segment of a field of study, and that are intended for publication within a period of one to three years.
  • Papers relating to issues of both a macroeconomic and a structural character, and in particular on the interaction between structural and macroeconomic policies and developments.
  • Papers date back to the beginning of WIDER's operations in 1985 (including the special issues of economic journals and commercially published academic books).
  • Staff working papers in the Finance and Economics Discussion Series (FEDS)

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