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If you have questions about how to get started with researching your topic, choosing or narrowing a topic, how to use a particular database, find data, or any other research-related questions, please contact me by email or phone, or stop by during my office hours. My contact information is in the box to the right.

Frequently Used Economics Resources

  • EconLit
    EconLit, published by the American Economic Association, provides access to a range of economics-related research from 1886 to the present.
  • New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics
    A collection of articles, as well as basic definitions of economic terms.

APA Style

To cite data using the APA style:

Author Last, First Initial or Corporate Author Name. (Year of Publication). Title. [Format of data]. Available from Name of source site: URL

Sample Citation:
Chris Bell U.S. Congress Committee. (2004). FEC-116877 Form F3 [Data file]. Retrieved from Federal Election Commission web site:

For more information on how to cite using the APA Style:

The library has copies of the Publication manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition at the Help@Ames Desk (entry level) and in the stacks:  BF76.7 .P83 2010 (Lower Level).

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