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Economic and Data Information Services

Welcome, New Economists!


Badia_Fiesolana_ChiostroA special welcome to new economists arriving at the EUI on 26 August. The orientation schedule is here. Sign up for a Library tour during registration at Villa La Fonte (11:30-13:00). New researchers should attend the Library presentation, in the conference room, Villa La Fonte at 14:00 on 26 August. Tours of the Library (Badia Fiesolana) follow at 16:00, 16:45 & 17:30. Full details in the one-stop guide. Benvenuti!

Research Data Services


Data_ServicesEUI members can submit their research datasets for inclusion in the EUI ResData repository - a solution for preserving and sharing data outputs. To submit a dataset for inclusion in ResData, please complete the Library's online form. For support with the preparation of datasets for submission, write to [email protected]


New Books and eBooks, 15–21 July

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Quick Links

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EconBiz-ZBW The Euro Risk data One-Stop Guide


eBulletin
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.

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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.

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The EUI Library provides support with data management plans (DMPs); data protection and database copyright; metadata; preservation and sharing; and data support for Horizon 2020 projects. Write to [email protected] or visit one of the Library information desks: (BF-085) or (VLF-035).

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EUI members can submit their research datasets for inclusion in the EUI ResData repository - a solution for preserving and sharing data outputs. To submit a dataset for inclusion in ResData, complete the Library's online form. For support with the preparation of datasets for submission, write to [email protected]


Contact: Thomas Bourke [email protected]


RESEARCH DATA GUIDE 7.0

The 2019 edition of the EUI Library Research Data Guide provides information about data discovery; data use; data management plans; data protection and copyright; data preservation and sharing; data in Horizon 2020 projects and the EUI ResData repository. 

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This short video gives an overview of collections and services for EUI economists and users of statistical data. Play.


BlogNews about economic information resources and statistical data, is posted on the Library blog.


BoidyUpdates about the Economics and Statistical Data collections are available via Twitter.


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Page last updated on 15 July 2019