Welcome to the online library guide for economics!
Use this guide as a starting point for your research. If you have any questions regarding research in the field of economics, feel free to contact me. My contact info is located to the right.
These are some of our new items in the library:
Alfred Marshall and Modern Economics
Call Number: E-Book (HB145 .H3872 2013 EB)
Neil Hart re-examines Marshall's legacy and relevance to modern economic analysis with the more settled conventional wisdom concerning evolutionary processes allowing advances in economic theorising which were not possible in Marshall's life time. This book will be essential reading for all researchers and students interested in the history of economic thought.
Call Number: E-Book (HD31 2013 EB)
A fresh perspective is built in Industrial Shift by examining the UN and OECD national accounts databases over recent decades and giving a unique dynamic analysis of the major shifts within industrial economies.
Over - Dressed
Call Number: HD9940 .A2 C54 2012 (Stacks)
Cline argues that this rapid cycle of fashion consumption isn't just erasing a sense of style and causing massive harm to the environment and human rights--it's also bad for people's souls. Cline documents her own transformation from fast-fashion addict to conscientious shopper.
The Economics of Excess
Call Number: HV4998 .W56 2011 (Stacks)
The Economics of Excess discusses both standard and behavioral economics as they apply to addiction, indulgence, and social policy. ...this book will serve researchers who are new to the economics of addiction and students in a variety of economics and policy courses alike.