Economics core

iPOLL (Roper Center for Public Opinion Research)

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Dates of Coverage: 
1935 to present

Comprehensive database from major U.S. polling organizations, including questions asked & responses provided.

International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences [Gale]

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Economic Commission for Latin America & the Caribbean

http://www.eclac.cl/default.asp?idioma=IN

The Unived Nations' ECLAC or CEPAL presents economic and statistical data for Latin America, as well as reports, studies, speeches, news and more.

OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)

http://stats.oecd.org/

An international organization that studies economic development. Country reports, economic surveys, information by topic, statistics, publications, news, and more.

Economagic

http://www.Economagic.com/

Over 100,000 economic time series data sets from US and foreign governments, trade associations and private companies. Includes the FRED database from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

FreeLunch.com

http://www.economy.com/freelunch/

From Moody's Economy.com, more than 165 million economic, financial, and demographic time series covering more than 180 countries and their sub-regions.

EconLit with Full Text [EBSCO]

https://ly.smith.edu/ef/dbeconlit/
Dates of Coverage: 
1969 to present

Indexes over 1 million articles on capital markets; country studies; forecasting; environmental, labor and urban economics, government regulation, monetary theory, etc. 400+ journals full text.

Making of the Modern World: The Goldsmiths'-Kress Library of Economic Literature

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Dates of Coverage: 
1450-1850

Covers social history, early commerce, trade, colonization, industry, political systems, revolutions, slavery, exploration, philosophy, and more.

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