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Economics

Where are Economics books located?

Most economics books are located in the H - HJ call-number range on the 6th - 7th floor. The Library catalogue includes the titles of books, periodicals and audiovisual materials held by the Library. Search  by author, title, subject and by keyword ( if you do not have a specific author or title of a book and you do not know the Library of Congress subject heading)


Some subject headings related to Economics include:

Subject Heading

Library of Congress Call Number

Business

HF5000+

Canadian Economic Conditions

HC

Capitalism

HB501

Comparative economics

HB90

Cost effectiveness

HD47.4

Economic development

HD72+

Economic forecasting

HB3730

Economic history

HC

Economic policy

HD87+

Environmental economics

HC79.E5

Finance

HG1+

Macroeconomics

HB172.5

Microeconomics

HB172

A quick way to find books

From the Library's homepage (library.ryerson.ca) you can use either Search Everything (the search box in the middle of the homepage) or by clicking the tab called “Books & Media” on our home page.

 

Search Everything on RULA's homepage      Books and Media Tab on RULA's homapge

Finding E-Books

The Ryerson Library provides access to over 400,000 ebooks which can be read in a browser on your laptop or desktop computer. To find ebooks, you can look for them in the library catalogue by author, title, subject, etc.

Examples:

Search by AUTHOR ( individual or organization)

  • Elsevier Sciencedirect Handbooks
  • National Bureau Of Economic Research

Search by TITLE

  • Handbook of macroeconomics
  • National Bureau Of Economic Research Conference Report

You can limit search results by material type “ebook”.

You can also browse ebooks by the collection.

Looking up Course Readings

From the Library Catalogue, you can locate under COURSE READINGS  books that are placed on Reserve by instructors. These are called Print Reserve items for short-term loans. 

Instructors can also assign e-books or chapter(s) of books. Links to e-books or scanned documents are made accessible, as "E-Reserve" items, from within the course. Log into your D2L Brightspace course and check under the Resources or Content tab for the link to One Stop Course Readings