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The American Economic Association’s electronic bibliography, EconLit, indexes over 120 years of economics literature from around the world. Compiled and abstracted in an easily searchable format, EconLit is a comprehensive index of journal articles, books, book reviews, collective volume articles, working papers and dissertations.
RePEc is the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics and available freely on the Internet. Over 1,000,000 items of research can be browsed or searched, and over 900,000 can be downloaded in full text.
Index Copernicus Journals is a journal indexing, ranking and abstracting site. This service helps a journal to grow from a local level to a global one as well as providing complete web-based solution for small editorial teams. Index Copernicus Journals helps to professionally manage your journal from your location and automatically delivers XML files to Medline. This service accepts, peer-review and tracks manuscripts online and builds up relations with authors, reviewers and readers as well as increasing the international awareness of a journal.
Open Acces Digital Library is a directory of open access journals representing over 4,000 journals from over 80 different title lists. All of the titles in this listing are available at no cost to the end user.
NewJour from Georgetown University Library, Washington DC, USA, has kept librarians, researchers, and publishers informed about new online publications for over twenty years. NewJour provides timely information about and access to online journals and newsletters from around the world through its subscription service. The extensive NewJour database is searchable by title or keyword. With contributions from around the world over the past two decades, the NewJour database has over 31,000 titles, covering subjects ranging from Accounting to Zoology.
The Library of Congress is the research library that officially serves the United States Congress, but which is the de facto national library of the United States. Located in four buildings in Washington, D.C., as well as the Packard Campus in Virginia, it is the largest library in the world by number of items, followed by The British Library.