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Research Guides

Intermediate Microeconomics

This guide helps Intermediate Microeconomics students identify and access the most appropriate research resources in order to find background information and academic research in support of the Research Proposal literature review assignment.

CLICsearch

Use CLICsearch to discover resources across the different publication formats and library platforms.

 

CLICsearch Help

Get access to materials:

Full Text Online materials

Includes:

  • Journal articles
  • eBooks
  • News articles

Pros:

  • Immediate access
  • Available on- or off-campus

Cons:

  • You may not find exactly what you're looking for

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  or

Print materials

Includes:

  • Print books
  • Print journal articles
  • Print reference resources

Pros:

  • Includes materials from several other academic libraries

Cons:

  • Not immediately available
  • You may have wait 1-2 days to get materials from another library

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or

Use filters when you need....

...original research:

Peer-reviewed Journals are a good place to start

...an analysis of current research and theories on the topic:

Books are a good place to start

...background information in order to help narrow your topic and find search terms:

Reference Entries are a good place to start

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