The Economics collection supports teaching, learning, and research through the Ph.D. level in Economics with attention given to the UT Economics department’s main areas of study: micro and macro economic theory, probability and statistics, mathematical economics, econometrics, game theory, labor, industrial organization, international economics, environmental economics, and computational economics. In addition, students and faculty in other university departments, especially history, the social sciences, Community and Regional Planning, and all area studies programs utilize economic data and research.
English is the primary language of the collection, with works in other European languages acquired selectively. Publications on Asian and Pacific Rim economic affairs will be acquired for PCL in English only. Economic documents and statistical publications of foreign governments or international bodies such as the OECD are preferred English, but will be acquired in all languages.
Electronic and print format materials are collected to meet the needs of users. Periodicals and products of mainstream U.S. and international publishers are collected in electronic format, when available.
|Call Number Range||Subject|
|HB 1-3840||Economic Theory. Demography|
|HC 1-1085||Economic History and Conditions|
|HD 72-100||Economic development|
|HD 1521-1548||Agricultural labor|
|HE 1-9900||Transportation and Communications|
|HF 1351-1415||International economic relations|
|HF 1418.5-1700||International economic integration. Globalization|
|HF 1701-2999||Tariff. Free trade. Protectionism|
|HT 321-329||Urban economics|