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This guide covers finance, economics, banking, and property.
Looking for journal articles? These are our top article database picks for Finance and Economics:
Business Source Complete
Major database for business. Broad coverage of finance and economics topics.
The primary specialist database for economics.
Web of Science
Scholarly articles from highly-regarded journals, including finance and economics. Includes CAB Abstracts, a good source for agricultural and natural resource economics.
NOTE: Web of Science, Scopus, and Google Scholar show numbers of citing articles, a powerful way to follow scholarly discussion on a topic.
Extensive coverage of research literature in all aspects of business and management. Includes global patent coverage.
Global business news and stock markets, company and industry sector information, including financial data, from Reuters and Dow Jones.
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Legal guidelines about how and by whom Library-subscribed article databases may be used.
Stats NZ/Tatauranga Aotearoa
Primary tool for statistical data about New Zealand.
OECD's library of statistical databases. Includes interactive datasets (that can be downloaded) for OECD countries and selected non-member countries.
World Development Indicators (WDI)
The World Bank’s premier compilation of cross-country comparable data on development. Includes time series indicators for over 200 economies.
Historical company information and other trading data. Formerly IRG Online Archives.
Financial reports of NZX listed and delisted companies.
Wiley Encyclopedia of Management
Volume 4: Finance
Volume 8: Managerial Economics
New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics
Substantial encyclopedia articles on a wide range of economic topics with bibliographies for further reading.
Oxford Handbooks Online. Economics and Finance
These handbooks on a range of major economics and finance topics include essays with extensive references for further reading.
Books usually provide the most comprehensive information on a subject and can give you a good overview of your topic, essential background information and plenty of explanation.
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Last updated on Wednesday 21 August 2019