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Economics: Books

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Books in the University Libraries are organized according to the Library of Congress Classification system. This system assigns a call number with letters and numbers to each book based on the book's subject. Once you find a good book on your subject, browse the books in that call number range to find books with similar subjects.

Books about economics may be housed in Norlin Library, the Business Library, or online. Check the Library Catalog for an item location.

Call Numbers
Subject
HB
  Economic Theory
HC
  Economic history and condition
HD
  Industries. Land use. Labor
HE
  Transportation and communication.
HF
  Commerce

New Books in Economics

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