Reference books include material such as dictionaries, encyclopedias and handbooks and provide a useful starting point for doing research. Try the following examples:
Most titles are at both campuses. Check the Library catalogue
to verify locations.
Statistics Canada publishes statistical information on every aspect of Canadian life. This includes the Census of Canada and a wide range of economic indicators. To find the publication you need, use the Library Catalogue or go to Resources in Statistics
or Resources in Economics
on the library web site.
Search the library catalogue
for books and audio-visual material.
The following are examples of headings that may be used in the library catalogue:
- CANADA ECONOMIC CONDITIONS
- DEPRESSIONS - 1929
- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
- ECONOMICS HISTORY
- FREE TRADE
- INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS
HB 1 - 846.8
HF 1373 - 1379
In order to find articles in journals, magazines and newspapers, one must first search in a periodical index or database. See the following indexes and databases for articles in Economics.