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Economic Information from the St Louis Federal Reserve Bank

Economic information can, at times, be difficult for the non-economist to find and understand. This site provides a single point of access to the economic information that the Federal Reserve System, other government agencies, and data providers have to offer. They specifically selected non-technical sources that would be simpler to use and easier to understand.

Find Background Information

Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL) is a collection of over 500 electronic reference books, including the Encyclopedia of Business & Finance, International Encyclopedia of Social Sciences, History of World Trade Since 1450 and more. This is a great place to get background information as you are beginning to research a topic!

Browse the Shelves by Call Number

Materials in the library are arranged in Library of Congress call number order (which is basically subject order). Economics-related books and bound journals can be found in the HBs and HCs (located on the 2nd floor of Pius Library).

HB Economic theory.  Demography.
HC Economic history and conditions