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Here you will find library and internet resources for research on topics and issues in Economics
Programs in this field provide educational opportunities for students seeking careers related to economics, statistics, or business. While CR does not offer Associate Degrees for the discipline, these classes can help fulfill the requirements for other degree programs. In addition, many courses are transferrable to the UC and/or CSU systems (check catalog for more details).
Useful and Relevant Search Words
These are some of the search words that students may need for a research project. Other words may be useful in addition to those listed below. Consult your textbook, class notes, or assignment guidelines for topic ideas.
Use specific words. Use only one or two words. Try both plural and singular forms. Try varying combinations. Try words for specific issues relevant to the topic.Try both technical and common usage words. Try names of relevant places or persons.
Balance of payments
Federal Reserve System
Gross domestic product (GDP)
International Monetary Fund
Standard of living
Supply and demand
World Trade Organization
Other classes in business, math, history, or political science may be relevant or required. Check with a counselor to see what classes are currently required for these degrees.
For Del Norte and Distance Education students
Online resources are set up to be accessible to all students from any location at any time. You may be prompted to login using your WebAdvisor ID and your eight digit birth date. Physical format books from Eureka can be requested and delivered to Del Norte, and vice versa.
NoodleTools provides helpful tools for managing and organizing research projects that includes NoodleBib, used to create and save MLA 8th ed. or APA 6th ed. citation lists or annotated bibliographies, that can be exported to Word or Google docs. Create a personal account to create, save, and edit citation lists, outlines, notes, for any or all of your research projects.
You may be prompted to login with your WebAdvisor user ID and eight digit birth date
Just need one or two quick citations? use NoodleTools Express to format, copy, and paste single citations. Note: citations are not saved and cannot be exported to a word processor; use the full version to access all features.