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Economics: Getting Started

Resource guide for ISU economics students and faculty.

Economics Course Guides

Researching at Milner Library

Hello. My name is Danielle Futoran. I’m the librarian for business, management, and marketing. If you have any questions, please contact me.

This marketing guide can help you with:

  • Getting started with the research process
  • Identifying databases specific to marketing
  • Techniques for finding subject specific sources such books, articles, etc.
  • Linking to a course specific guide

Conducting research is an iterative process. For more information about how to conduct research, consult the An Overview: The Research Process web guide.

These additional databases in this list are either specifically designed for economics research, or have uses for economics that may not be immediately apparent from the name of the resource.  Read each description carefully to understand how the resources may be useful for economics research.

Compelling Ideas in Economics

TED has compiled a group of talks and other videos about various topic in economics. Take a look at this collection by clicking this link.

Example: See the video below as an example of the kind of content you can find at the site.

Economics Librarian

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Grace Allbaugh
Office: Milner 415
Phone: (309) 438-5313

Library Office Hours: By Appointment (see "Book Appointment" button above)

Walk-In Office Hours:
Thursdays, 2:30-4:30, Schroeder Hall 432
(309) 438-5313