Annual Reviews [Electronic Journals Collection]
Search full text of Annual Reviews covering the biomedical, physical and social sciences, and economics.
CEPR (Centre for Economic Policy Research) Discussion Papers [Indexes and Abstracts]
The Centre for Economic Policy Research publishes over 250 Discussion Papers each year. CEPR Discussion Papers are the primary method for the distribution of research carried out by the Centre, and represent timely and original thinking on important issues in economics. Every paper since 2000 is online.
EconLit [Indexes and Abstracts]
This database is published by the American Economic Association and provides bibliographic coverage of a wide range of economics-related literature. An expanded version of the Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) indexes of journals, books and dissertations, EconLit covers both economic theory and application.
The online edition of The Economist provides analysis of world business and current affairs, covering international news, world politics, business, finance, science and technology, as well as overviews of cultural trends and regular industry, business and country surveys. The site also provides briefings, statistics and profiles on 60 countries under Country Briefings.
EIU.com Economist Intelligence Unit Reports [Indexes and Abstracts]
Economist Intelligence Unit Reports provides access to full-text of Country Reports, Country Profiles, Country Finance and Country Commerce series, and Risk Briefing. All reports -except Risk Briefing- can be searched simultaneously.
Emerging Markets Data Base [CD Rom]
Available only at Ginn Library public computer stations. Provides detailed statistics on stock markets in developing countries.
Public Documents Masterfile [Indexes and Abstracts]
An electronic guide to federal, state, local and international public documents, spanning over 200 years of publication, in a single searchable database. Contains two types of records, full bibliographic records and brief records comprised of index terms or pointers to public documents cumulations or catalogs.
Morocco’s strategic location has shaped its history. After gaining independence in 1956, Morocco made great strides toward economic and political liberalization. The sultan Muhammad V, ruling his newly independent nation, proclaimed his intention of turning it into a constitutional monarchy. His first act was to transform himself into a monarch and assume the title of king. The Moroccan government undertook a number of economic, social, and political reforms, including the drafting of a constitution.