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This is a free resource provided by NBER, a private, non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to conducting economic research and to disseminating research findings among academics, public policy makers, and business professionals. You can search for papers by author or title and register for a weekly bulletin.
Search across all databases on the Web of Science platform.
The University of Bath Library gives you access to these databases on the Web of Science platform:
Web of Science Core Collection
Biosis Citation Index
Data Citation Index
Derwent Innovations Index
KCI - Korean Journal Database
Russian Science Citation Index
SciELO Citation Index
Devoted to international politics and related fields. Includes working papers, policy briefs, and current analysis and commentary, as well as scholarly journal articles from 1991, e-books, course packs and videos. The Economist Intelligence Unit supplies comprehensive country surveys, including in-depth political and economic data and detailed maps.
Teaching materials include original case studies written by leading experts and course packs which can be used in political science classes.
Reuters Top News is available via Thomson One: a real-time global news service covering business, markets, politics and economics news tailored by industry and region. In Thomson One, choose 'market view' to open Reuters top News.
Thomson One only works with the Internet Explorer browser and it only functions fully in compatibility view mode. Access this mode as follows: go to Tools menu (see the cog) and then choose Compatibility View Settings. Internet explorer can be found via the Windows Start menu: scroll down to open the Windows Accessories folder.
Private non-profit US economics research organisation founded in 1920. Provides analysis of micro, macro, and international aspects of the US economy. Includes working papers and data. All papers from 1994 onwards(and somefrom previous years) are available in full-text.
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If you find references to books, journals, articles or other materials we either do not stock in print or subscribe to online, you can request these via our Inter-library Loans Service. Each request costs the Library about £10 so please only order essential items. If you haven't used the service before you will need to register.