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Journal platform for the publisher C.H. Beck. The EUI Library subscribes to a selection of titles only.

Cadmus is the EUI Research Repository. It contains EUI-members' academic publications issued during their time at the EUI and/or based on research carried out at the EUI. Cadmus also includes all publications from  academic series sponsored by the EUI, such as working paper series and theses written by EUI researchers.Cadmus also contains datasets.

With over 400 titles in full-text, the Cairn.info platform offers a comprehensive collection of journals available online in French language for the Humanities and Social Sciences.

       Cambridge Core Online offers access to eBooks from Cambridge University Press. The Library currently             subscribes to the Cambridge Social Science Collection with approximately 20.000 titles, and has selected           other individual titles of interest to EUI members.

The Cambridge Histories Online portal is an online academic research library offering digital access to all the Cambridge Histories printed volumes published since the 1960s. 

Journal platform of Cambridge University Press. The EUI library currently subscribes to the Humanities and Social Sciences Package (more than 250 titles), in addition to a selection of journals of interest for the EUI community. 

HeinOnline's Canada Supreme Court Reports contains the official bilingual series published under authority of the Supreme Court Act. This collection includes nearly 10,000 cases which include background information, statutes and regulations, authors cited, analysis and the decision.

A collection of open-access e-books hosted by WWW-VL History Central, based at the EUI.

Online archive providing access to full text articles from 200 humanities and social science journals, electronic books and re-digitized documents pertaining to Central, Eastern and South-Eastern European topics.

Gateway to many kinds of research data and metadata, including sociological surveys, election studies, longitudinal studies, opinion polls, and census data.

The Chicago Manual of Style provides recommendations on editorial style and publishing practices for the digital age It also provides a section of convenient Tools, including a guide to manuscript preparation for books and journal articles, sample correspondence, proofreaders’ marks, and a Chicago-style Quick Citation Guide.

Code of Federal Regulations has a  comprehensive coverage, containing all volumes dating back to inception (1938).

Comext is Eurostat's reference database for detailed statistics on international trade in goods. It provides access not only to both recent and historical data of the EU and its individual Member States but also to statistics of a significant number of non-EU countries.

The Consumer Expenditure Survey prepared by the U.S. Census Bureau for the Bureau of Labor Statistics, provides observations on American household spending on goods and services.

RightsLink is an online tool that facilitates permissions and reprints requests for copyrighted articles, images, mobile and new media content right from websites.

The Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS) is the European Commission's primary source of results from the projects funded by the EU's framework programmes for research and innovation (FP1 to Horizon 2020). CORDIS has a rich and structured public repository with all project information held by the European Commission such as project factsheets, participants, reports, deliverables and links to open-access publications.

The CNTS data set has 194 variables and contains data for over 200 state units - with provision for entries from 1815 to 2006 (excluding the wartime periods, 1914-1918 and 1940-1945). The basic structure of the archive is that of a rectangular matrix of periodically augmented records, each encompassing data for one country-year.

U.S. labour force data comprising a monthly survey of approximately 50,000 households conducted by the Bureau of Census for the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The CVCE is an research centre dedicated to the European integration studies. Its digital collections contain a wide range of previously unpublished documents, oral accounts, scholarly articles, and more, which document the European integration process. The CVCE includes data formerly available from the European Navigator (ENA) digitial library.

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