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Economics Journals

  • Full-text journals are accessible via the Library Catalogue. Economics journals are predominantly in electronic format.
  • EUI members can also access while off-campus.

Bibliography-building for economic research

The Library maintains a Directory of Bibliographic Databases for Economic Research.

The Web of Science is a bibliographic database of scholarly articles from 22,000 peer-reviewed journals, with tools for advanced search, citation analysis and rankings' reports.

Publishers' journal platforms can be used for bibliography-building. Among the most important in economics are Ingenta, JSTORSage, Science DirectSpringerlink and Wiley.

RePEc - Research Papers in Economics - is a database of journal articles, working papers and bibliographic information, including all EUI economics working papers.

EconBiz - a portal of economics and business literature in English and German - is maintained by ZBW, the German National Library of Economics.

The EUI Library Catalogue can be used for bibliography-building and exporting bibliographic metadata.

Google Scholar can be used for article search and access to EUI subscription journals.

Journal Guide is an online tool to support authors with journal selection and submission.

Cadmus is the EUI research repository. All EUI economists - professors, researchers and fellows - are requested to submit details of journal articles, working papers and other outputs, created during their time at the EUI via [email protected] Where possible, full texts are included.

The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics is the premier international economics reference work, comprising over 3,000 entries on all branches of economic sciences. Topic bibliographies can be exported in multiple formats. EUI Library economics reference works are listed in this directory.


Journals on paper

EUI economics journals are predominantly in electronic format. A selection of paper journals is located on the upper floor of the Badia Library. Older paper journals are held in the Library basement (compactus, Vasco da Gama) and in offsite storage (MAG). Bound volumes are shelf-marked with the prefix 'SER' followed by the first two digits of the classification number (eg. SER 33). Holdings and shelf-marks are indicated in the Library Catalogue. To request a journal from storage, complete this online form. The Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) classification system is explained on this page.


Interlibrary loan (articles) service

To request journal articles or books via interlibrary loan EUI members should follow the instructions on this Library page. Before placing an interlibrary loan article request, please check the Library Catalogue for access. For assistance, write to [email protected]


Open access journals in Economics

The Directory of Open Access Journals provides profiles of scholarly journals.

Think, Check, Submit is a resource which "helps researchers identify trusted journals and publishers for their research."

Details of EUI 'transformative agreements' for journals' publishers Cambridge University Press, Cogitatio, De Gruyter, ECPR, Elsevier, Springer and Wiley are on this Library page


Economic News: premium access


The EUI Library provides access to international news databases and archives:

Factiva-Dow Jones worldwide business and general news archive [Guide]
Westlaw legal and general news archive
PressReader same-day newspaper and magazine portal.

See also the EUI Library directory of general news resources.

The Microform Collection is located on the ground (garden) floor of the Badia Library:

- The Financial Times microform archive (1945~ MIC cabinets 16.1–27.4)

- The Economist microform archive (1843~ MIC cabinets 18.13–34.1).

Book reviews are available in the New York Review of BooksTimes Literary Supplement and London Review of Books. Paper versions of these publications are also available on the left side of the entry-level floor at the Badia Library.


Economics and Data homepage

Contact: Thomas Bourke at [email protected]


Page last updated on 20 June 2024

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