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Resources for Economic research

Begin Your Research

Welcome to the Business Research guide. Use this guide to discover business and economics resources available to you through Mason Libraries, in our libraries and online.

Find Books-    Mason and WRLC Catalogs, Call number range for Economics

Find Articles-  Recommended resources for finding articles, journals, and databases

Discover Economics research resources- Historical research, research papers, Statistical Data

Study Austrian Economics Library resources, papers, and Austrian Economics on the Web

Learn about Econometrics-  Census information and other datasets

Understand Industries- Recommended databases, Industry Data and Statistics, Ratios

Write and Cite- Help with Citations and formatting

Get Help- Schedule an appointment with the Economics librarian, also academic support at Mason



Resources for Online Economics Students

Services for Mason Online Students & Faculty

Home Delivery

As a student enrolled in a designated online or hybrid course, or a faculty member teaching a designated course, you may have books delivered directly to your home. ​With each delivery, Mason Libraries will provide a prepaid UPS label for you to use when returning the books.

Additional Services

These resources and services, available to all Mason students & faculty, are particularly useful for those enrolled in or teaching online classes:

Tip: When using the inPrimo search (accessed via the QuickSearch on the Mason Libraries homepagefrom off-campus, be sure to sign in to search the full range of available content.

Economics Librarian

Reach out to Jo Ann Henson for research consultations or any library-related questions. Meetings are held via Webex, Zoom, or Skype, as well as in-person when possible. Email Jo Ann  at

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