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|Econlit||1886-||Index with selected abstracts of international economic literature, produced by the American Economic Association. Includes coverage of major journals as well as articles in collective volumes (essays, proceedings, etc.), books, full text book reviews, dissertations, & working papers.|
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|New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and Finance||Scholarly, signed articles.|
|Handbooks in Economics (Elsevier)||Definitive essays on major fields of economics.|
|Annual Review of Economics||Reviews of the literature in economics. 2009+|
|Census Bureau. Publications||
Collection of reports historically called Current Population Reports reporting on issues including geographic residence and mobility; school enrollment; marital status and living arrangements; households and families; population by race and ethnicity, family life, women, voter turnout, computer use, consumer income and poverty, projections and estimations. Includes reports using data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) (survey's principal purpose is to provide estimates of money and in-kind income and participation in government programs). Recurrent questions focus on employment, types of income, and noncash benefits. Periodically, the survey also includes questions on other topics, such as assets and liability, disability, and child care. from time to time, special supplemental questions are also asked. Also includes a wide variety of topics from the wealth of data in the American Community Survey.
|Beyond the Numbers||Statistical reports on labor and consumer prices from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Previously entitled "Issues in Labor Statistics".|