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Economics First Year Graduate Students Introduction to the Economics, Finance, and Industrial Relations Collections
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.
- Interlibrary Services (use if not available through Borrow Direct) (Interlibrary Loan requests are available but may take longer to process, as some libraries are not lending from physical collections at this time. To pick up an item, you must have permission to be on campus.) (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
Charissa Jefferson. Labor Economics Librarian email@example.com
Courtney Conrad and Oscar Torres-Reyna - Data and Statistical Analyst firstname.lastname@example.org
For other subject specialists, see http://library.princeton.edu/staff/specialists
Last updated March 5, 2021