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Provides resources, strategies, and information on conducting research in economics.
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This guide draws together some of the best resources for research in the field of Economics. It is designed primarily for students and faculty in the Economics Department, but any UM students working on a project in Economics may find the links useful.


    Main University Collections for Economics

    • Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library
      The Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library has extensive collections of journals and monographs in economics, as well as large government documents, public policy and data resource collections. The library's economics collection includes several hundred periodicals and thousands of volumes of books.
    • Kresge Business Administration Library
      The Kresge Business Administration Library supports the academic programs of the University of Michigan Business School. It has extensive collections of academic finance, management and other business journals and books.
    • Laura and Sumner Foster Library
      The Foster Library serves the faculty, staff and graduate students of the Department of Economics. The library maintains a core collections of books, journals, and working papers

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