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Economics-Statistics: Print Resources

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Reference Resources

Basic print reference sources

Dictionary of Economics    Ref  330.03/b219d/1998

The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics   Ref 330.03/ C744/2008

Encycloppedia of the Global Economy  Ref 330.03/ E560/ 2006  vols 1-2

The New Palgrave A Dictionary of Economics Ref 330.03/ N 532/ 1987  Vols 1-4

Selected print reference sources from the general collecion

Intermediate Statistcs and Econometrics   330.015/ P7531 1995

The Wealth and Poverty of Nations  330.16/L255W/ 1988

John Maynard Keynes-The Economist as Saviour   330.156/1994/v2

Economics  Private and Public Choice 330/ G994e9/ 2000

Oxfod Handbook of Political Economy  330/099w/2006