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Economics and Administration: Open Access Resources

This research guide aims to provide useful resources for staff and students of Business and Accounting. We welcome any suggestion and recommendation to enhance this guide. Send your suggestion to any of the librarians in this page.

Listed in this guide are internet resources which could be useful to students and lecturers of Business, Accounting, Economics and Administration. You may suggest any open access resources relevant to this guide by sending email to any of the librarians in the page.

Global Economic Forecasts Q3 2017

The global economy started 2017 strong with real GDP growth gaining momentum and rising to 3.6% in Q1 2017 and our latest macroeconomic outlook shows the previous uncertainty surrounding the global growth forecast receding since May 2017. 

In our latest report extract, we provide you with an update on our latest macroeconomic forecasts for key economies and what these mean for our predictions for the global economy. 

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  • Stay ahead of risks and opportunities for your organisation as they emerge on a macroeconomic basis
  • Access the latest revisions on GDP growth, inflation and interest rate forecasts 
  • Preview the updated economic outlook for the US, the Eurozone, the UK, Japan, China, Brazil, Russia and India

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Open Access Ebooks on JSTOR

More than 2,000 titles are now available from respected presses, such as University of California Press, University of Michigan Press, and ANU Press, and the collection continues to grow. These titles reflect JSTOR’s high standards for quality content. These titles are freely available for anyone in the world to use. Users won’t need to register or log in, and there are no DRM restrictions or limits on chapter PDF downloads or printing. The ebooks are also preserved in Portico, ensuring that they will be available to researchers in perpetuity.