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Designed to support students and researchers for Economics

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Reference Titles

You can search the U of M Libraries system and locate more handbooks and dictionaries on Economics.  Search: "handbook Economics" or "dictionary Economics."

Explore E-Journals - BrowZine Platform

Browse e-journal titles using BrowZine with the categories Economics, Labour Economics, or Political Economy that are accessible at the University of Manitoba Libraries.

Type in a keyword, such as "economics," "labour," or "political economy."

BrowZine app is available for your tablet or phone by its respective OS.  Download and configure the institution to "University of Manitoba".

Databases for Locating Economics Research Articles

  • EconPapers provides access to RePEc, the world's largest collection of on-line Economics working papers, journal articles and software.


A longer list of databases is available under Databases.

ANY QUESTIONS?  Contact Economics Liaison Librarian: or Text Me: (204) 227-3587.

The ECONOMIST - "Looking for Articles/Issues?"

The Economist web access: by setting up your own personal account, you will be able to view up to 3 articles per week (1997 volume: 343 issue: 8020 - present).

The full-text content of the Economist is indexed and searchable in CPI.Q from 1988 and also in ProQuest from 1986 (vol. 298, no. 7427).

In order to access the Economist in digital formats (iOS, Android, Blackberry, Chrome Desktop, and Kindle Fire), you need a separate individual subscription at cost.   See: and for student discount.

Highlights - Selected Sources

Library Access Browser Extension

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Access your research anytime, anywhere

The Library Access browser extension makes it simple to access academic articles, journals and databases licensed by the UofM Libraries, wherever you are and whenever you need it.

Install the browser extension once and enjoy a simpler, faster way to get access. Click here to find out more or download the extension directly.


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Jenna Glidden
Elizabeth Dafoe Library
(204) 474-6593
Subjects: Economics
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