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Economics Research Guide: ECNS 481

Resources for members of the Economics Department and individuals researching in economics.

Article Presentation and Summary

To find a specific journal choose the Journals tab above the search box on the library homepage, then type in the name of the journal. The results will indicate if the library has electronic or print access to a journal, or does not subscribe to it.

Below are the list of acceptable journals for your assignment.

  • American Economic Review
  • Econometrica
  • Journal of Development Economics
  • Journal of Environmental Economics and Management
  • Journal of Health Economics
  • Journal of International Economics
  • Journal of Political Economy
  • Journal of Sports Economics
  • Quarterly Journal of Economics
  • RAND Journal of Economics
  • Review of Economic Studies
  • Review of Economics and Statistics

Instruction Feedback

Topic or Policy Paper


The UM Writing and Public Speaking Center's guide to Writing in Economics is a valuable resource, as is the guide to Writing in Economics from Duke University.

Formatting Citations

American Economic Review Formatting and Style Guidelines for Accepted Manuscripts

Ethical Citations video tutorial

Consult the Citations and Writing tab above for additional resources.

Bibliographic Software

RefWorks allows you to manage your research and format citations. Use the web-based software to: create a personal database to keep track of your research articles, documents, websites, etc.; import citation information from a variety of resources into your database; generate a bibliography in a variety of styles (e.g., Chicago); and add in-text citations to a paper. You can also upload and annotate documents.