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Economic Reference Services

PalgraveDictThe Economic Reference Directory gives access to EconLit; Web of Science; Sage Research Methods; EconBiz and Journal-TOCs – as well as full-text reference works such as the New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and North-Holland Handbooks in Economics. For reference support visit the Badia Library economics office (BF-085) or, on Friday afternoons, the Villa La Fonte helpdesk (VLF-026) or write to [email protected]

Research Data Services

Data_ServicesThe Library Data Portal gives access to premier subscription resources. The Library also provides support services on database copyright, data protection and data management planning. EUI members can submit their data outputs to the EUI Research Data collection in the Cadmus repository. To submit a dataset, please complete the Library's online form.

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Every Friday during term, the EUI Library issues the Bulletin of Economic Research Resources and Statistical Data. The weekly Bulletin provides news about statistical data, journals, books and ebooks - and information on how to use Library databases and internet resources for economic, socio-economic and economic-historical research. The Bulletin can only be distributed to EUI mail accounts. Sign up by sending a message with 'subscribe' in the title, to [email protected]


Access to online journals is via the Library Catalogue. EUI members can also read while off campus. Economics journals are predominantly in electronic format. Click below for direct access to heavily-used titles.

  • The EUI Library supports (i) data discovery (ii) data use and (iii) data preservation and sharing.


The Library Data Portal provides access to licensed macro-economic, micro-socioeconomic and Europe-related databases. 72 data resource guides provide information on coverage, variables and user networks. The Data Portal also provides information about the Library's restricted micro data server.


The EUI Library provides support for data management plans (DMPs); data protection and copyright; metadata and data support for EU-funded research projects. Visit one of the Library information desks; Badia Fiesolana (BF-085) or Villa La Fonte (VLF-026) or write to [email protected] 

EUI members can submit their research datasets for inclusion in the EUI Research Data collection in the Cadmus repository. To submit a dataset for inclusion, please complete the Library's online form.

Contact: Thomas Bourke [email protected]

Page last updated on 04 May 2021

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