EconLit

Adhering to the high-quality standards long recognized by subscribers to the Journal of Economic Literature (JEL), this authoritative index from the American Economic Association is a reliable source for economic research citations and abstracts.

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At a Glance

Title Lists:

EconLit

Content Includes

  • More than 1.4 million records
  • Citations and abstracts dating back to 1886
  • Content indexed from 74 countries

Subjects Include

  • Capital markets
  • Country studies
  • Econometrics
  • Economic forecasting
  • Environmental economics
  • Government regulations
  • Labor economics
  • Monetary theory
  • Urban economics

Content from a Variety of Source Types

EconLit uses the JEL classification system and controlled vocabulary of keywords to index the most sought-after economics publications, including peer-reviewed journal articles, working papers, books, collective volume articles, conference proceedings and book reviews. All records are linkable to full-text library holdings. 

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