Asian Development Bank - Select: Bhutan to search for information specific to Bhutan.
Economics Education Resource Guide - Includes links to more than 40 resources, including introductory resources, study resources, news resources, and resources on economics analysis and theory.
Economy Watch – Find articles on economics, markets, investing, personal finance, and industries. Provides data on country economic statistics and indicators.
Ideas - A bibliographic database dedicated to economics. Some full text is available. If the article you want is not available online, bring your citation to the Library and we may be able to get the article for you.
International Monetary Fund - the IMF is an organization of over 180 countries, working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world.
Open Knowledge Repository (OKR) - The World Bank is the largest single source of development knowledge. OKR is The World Bank’s official open access repository for its research outputs and knowledge products. The site includes online books, reports, working papers, journals articles, and more. Good source for all countries.
Social Science Research Network - the SSRN eLibrary contains over 504,500 downloadable full text documents in PDF format. Search by keyword or browse the JEL Topic List. (JEL is a standard method for classifying scholarly literature in the field of economics.)
The Economist Online - NOTE: For Username and Password, access rtcCloud: Library PUBLIC Folder / Access Instructions for Databases (subfolder), or ask library staff.
UNCTAD Stats – provides a wide range of collected data from national and international sources to facilitate analyses of current and emerging issues. Country profiles include statistics comparable across countries.
World Bank Open Data - free and open access to data about development in countries around the globe. Search data by country, topic, indicators, and more.
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