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Who should use this database?

This index is useful for those looking for bibliographic citations specifically on economics and in any format of publication.

 What kinds of materials are referenced in the database?

 EconLit is produced by the American Economic Association. It contains bibliographic citations for journal articles in over 400 major journals and for essays, proceedings, books, book reviews, dissertations, and working papers licenses from the Cambridge University Press Abstracts of Working Papers in Economics. Abstracts have been included in approximately half of the records since 1987. Each record contains subject as well as geographic area descriptors, if applicable. Topics covered include: accounting, administration, agriculture, business finance and investment, consumer economics, country studies, development, domestic monetary and financial theory and institutions, economic growth, fluctuations, general economics, health economics, history, industrial organization, industry studies, international economics, labor, marketing, natural resources, planning, population quantitative economic methods and data systems, technological change theory, urban and regional economics, and welfare programs.

What years does the database cover?

1969 to the present.

Will I find full-text articles in the database?