It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
EC4340 - Behavioral Economics
EC4340 course research guide to support Fall 2018 research workshop
The EC4340 Behavioral Economics course research guidedescribes and links to sources for your research papers.
We will discuss the following topics in the class research workshop on Friday, September 14, 2018.
Articles - includes research databases and other supporting information for locating journal articles. The Search Tips subpage provides general instructions on focusing your research and how to use Boolean techniques to improve your search results.
Borrow from Other Libraries - to use when the Blume Library does not have the source you need.
APA Citations discusses ways to cite sources using APA style and links to the free Zotero citation program.
Economics Librarian - I encourage you to set up an appointment with me if you have questions about your specific research project.
Review on your own later:
Books - locating books and eBooks in Discover, the Library Catalog, and Worldcat. Link to the Using eBooks guide.
Economic Data, Indicators, and Statistics links lists important sources of data and reports for economics research.
Center for the Office of Academic Advising and the Writing and Tutoring Center. The RSC is designed to help build community by offering professional advising, building student interaction, and supporting student academic attainment including writing and tutoring.