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Researching Topics in Economics
This Research Guide will help you find Library resources that explain concepts in Economics, including books, periodicals, online databases, and websites.
NEW e-books in the NCC Library collection!
Exploring Universal Basic Income by
Call Number: HC 79 .I5 G44 2020 ONLINE
Publication Date: 2020
Universal Basic Income (UBI) is one of the most hotly-debated ideas in development and social protection. Drawing from global evidence and experiences, this volume provides a compass to help navigate key issues and trade-offs, as well as offering new data and insights to better inform choices around the appropriateness and feasibility of UBI in different contexts.
Obesity: Health & Economic Consequences of an Impending Global Challenge by
Call Number: RC 628 .O24 2020 ONLINE
Publication Date: 2020
Obesity is a global ticking time-bomb with huge potential negative economic and health impacts, especially for the poor. Countries and global partners need to act urgently to address this ensuing epidemic with emphasis highlighting interventions that require corrective public action rather than one of individual responsibility.
Women in the Workplace in America, 1900-2021 by
Call Number: HD 6095 .W59 2021 ONLINE
Publication Date: 2021
This resource guide provides historical context, and helps readers better understand the challenges women have faced (and continue to face) in the American workplace, along with opportunities and recently discovered and developing success stories. The text covers both significant events in women's history and current challenges, including a look at millennial women in the workplace and a forward-looking trajectory that takes into consideration how COVID-19 has changed the economic landscape for women.
It's easy to borrow books with LIBRARY to GO!
Even though both NCC Libraries are open again, you can still borrow books and other materials remotely by using our Library to Go service. You can choose quick pickup on campus, or free delivery to your home.
Use Library to Go PLUS to request:
- Access to materials that your instructor has put on electronic reserve in Blackboard;
- Scanned pages from reference books like encyclopedias;
- Scanned articles from print journals in the Library's Periodicals Tower.
This Research Guide was updated on August 23, 2022 by Anne Bittner.