Econometrics (Econ 203)


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John Tombarge
Office: M43 Leyburn Library (located in the back corner of the main level on the Elrod Commons side of the building)

Search for Economics Resources

To locate articles in various periodicals , you should use at least one of the indexing and abstracting services listed below. In addition to the library resources, also use these often overlooked sources:

  • Bibliographies and footnotes in the sources you use
  • The library catalog
  • Recommendations from professors, experts and friends


Gray Literature (or Grey Literature)

What is "gray literature"?
Gray literature is the term that is applied to sources of information that are not commercially published and are not generally available from bookstores, libraries, or traditional bibliographic sources. These works are often used to solicit constructive feedback from experts in the fields and are later published in peer-reviewed journals and other scholarly outlets.  Gray literature includes:

  • technical papers
  • working papers
  • white papers
  • preprints
  • brochures and pamphlets
  • any other "unpublished" work

Citation Management Programs

Keep track of your sources by using a citation manager.