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Reference Sources

Use reference books as background sources to get quick facts or information, or an overview of a subject. Some examples of reference sources are: dictionaries, encyclopedias, bibliographies, almanacs, directories, atlases, and handbooks.

Books with REF in the call number are located on the first floor. Books with GEN are on the second or third floors.


American Cost of Living Survey

HB 235 U6 A53 2002 REF

Canadian Dictionary of Business and Economics

HC 112 C73 1993 REF

Dictionary of Economics

HB 61 B33 2003 REF

Encyclopedia of the Developing World

HC 59.7 E52 2006 REF

Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics

International Encyclopedia of Economic Sociology

HB99.7 .E528 1997 REF

HM 35 I565 2006 REF

Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History

HC 15 O94 2003 REF

Palgrave Encyclopedia of World Economic History 

HC 15 B355 2010 REF

The Value of a Dollar

HB 235 U6 D477 REF

World Economic Outlook

HC 59 W645 GEN

World Income Distribution 2005/06

HC 79 I5 W673 2005 REF