Economics First Year Graduate Students
Introduction to the Economics, Finance, and Industrial Relations Collections
Recording (Class recording from August 19, 2020)
- Who to turn to:
- Locating Materials
- Remote access
- Article Express can obtain a copy of articles Princeton does not have for you.
- Borrow Direct : rapid book borrowing and delivery service offered by Princeton University Library and partner libraries-- Brown, Center for Research Libraries, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, MIT, Stanford, University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania, and Yale. Currently not available.
- Interlibrary Services (use if not available through Borrow Direct) Currently not available. (Consult Worldcat for worldwide holdings)
- Pliny Fisk Library of Economics and Finance
- Finding articles in Economics
- Working Papers
- Empirical Analysis
- Citation Management Software - Refworks, Endnote
- FAQs (QuickAnswers)
- Access to FT.COM, WSJ.com and the New York Times.
Bobray Bordelon, Economics, Finance, and Data Librarian email@example.com
Bobbi Coffey, Finance Librarian firstname.lastname@example.org
Courtney Conrad and Oscar Torres-Reyna - Data and Statistical Analyst email@example.com
For other subject specialists, see http://library.princeton.edu/staff/specialists
Last updated 8/23/2020