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ECON: Economics: Reference Books

This guide will help you find information about Economics, including economic theories, statistical data, economic indicators, and biographical information about famous economists.

Use Library to Go PLUS for Reference Books!

Even though Reference books can't be borrowed from the Library, you can still get information from them remotely by using the new Library to Go PLUS scanning service. Just tell us which chapter, section, or page numbers you need, and we will scan those pages and send them to you by e-mail.

Submit your request for scanned pages by using the Library to Go PLUS request form.

Reference Books

Reference books give readers an overview of the subject they are researching. They are a good place to start if you're new to a topic, and would like to understand the basic concepts, history, and people connected to it. 

  • Print materials located in the Reference section may be used only in the Library. Information from these books may be saved by using the photocopier or scanner.
  • To view electronic books from off-campus, log in with the same user name and password that you use to open your "Student Workday" account.

The following titles are recommended for students taking Economics courses.