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Whittemore Library Economics Research Resources

Finding Books about Economics

  • The Minuteman Catalog
    • 950+ print books featuring economics on site at the Whittemore Library
    • 3,000+ books (print and digital) in the rest of the Minuteman Library System that can be requested and sent to FSU
  • The Ebsco E-Books Database
    • 30,000+ e-books featuring economics as one of their subjects, including:
      • economic development: 220+
      • international economic relations: 165+
      • international trade: 165+
      • economic policy: 140+
      • macroeconomics: 105+
      • economic aspects of globalization: 100+
      • monetary policy: 100+
      • economic history: 70+
      • econometrics: 70+
      • sociological aspects of economics: 70+
      • income distribution: 60+
      • environmental economics: 55+
      • economics history: 50+
      • mathematical economics: 50+
      • moral and ethical aspects of economics: 40+
      • fiscal policy: 40+
      • psychological aspects of economics: 40+
      • international economic integration: 40+
      • environmental aspects of economic development: 40+
      • philosophy of economics: 40+
      • keynesian economics: 35+
      • economic development in developing countries: 35+
      • welfare economics: 35+
      • methodology of economics: 30+
      • microeconomics: 30+
  • The Credo Reference E-Book Database
    • 50+ authoritative reference e-books in the Finance, & Economics category
  • The Gale eBooks Database
    • 8+ reference e-books in the economics/finance category

Selected Economics Books

Qfinance (Print Book)

Created by the world's leading finance professionals under the guidance of a highly experienced, world-class strategic panel, this 2,200 page volume is the only major finance reference resource of its kind. Its 250+ contributing authors include academics, experienced practitioners and world leaders in the field of finance.

Progress in Green Economics (eBook)

Focuses on developments in the transition of different industries and sectors to a sustainable, environment-friendly economic model.

Doughnut Economics: Seven ways to think like a 21st century economist (Print Book)

A highly optimistic look at the global economy, by a proponent of a new, humanist, intellectual revolution in economic thinking.

Economics and the Real World (eBook)

While a number of books have presented a critique of traditional economic models, this book also seeks to develop an alternative model of economics inferred from observational empirical evidence. The book will be of interest to economics students and researchers; to economists; and particularly to universities and business schools teaching and researching non-traditional and ‘post-crash' economics.

Economics for the Greater Good: An Introduction to Economic Thinking for Public Policy (eBook)

Teaches the central concepts of economics through applications to global challenges and domestic public policy issues.

The Making of Modern Economics: The Lives and Ideas of the Great Thinkers (Print Book)

The dramatic story of how the great economic thinkers built today's rigorous social science.

Law, Economics, and Conflict (eBook)

The authors bring together international experts to offer new perspectives on how to take analytic tools from the realm of academic research out into the real world to address pressing policy questions.

Social Cost Benefit Analysis and Economic Evaluation (eBook)

Provides detailed foundational tools to assess and evaluate the costs and benefits associated with public or private decision making through a cost-benefit analysis (CBA).

Worldmark Global Business and Economy Issues (eBook)

Covers current business and economic issues that have a global impact.

The Economics of Food and Agricultural Markets (eBook)

Written for applied intermediate microeconomics courses, this book showcases the power of economic principles to explain and predict issues and current events in the food, agricultural, agribusiness, international trade, and natural resource sectors. The field of agricultural economics is relevant, important and interesting. The study of market structures, also called industrial organization, provides powerful, timely, and useful tools for any individual or group making personal choices, business decisions, or public policies in food and agriculture industries.