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THE LIST OF ECONOMICS JOURNALS BY THE BULA
AND OTHER LISTS OF TITLES
are just some of the many business-related electronic
resources available on the Internet. Several titles published by
various U.S. federal government agencies have been added
or updated in this revision.
Many other business and economics publications may be found at the following:
AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES
Research in Agricultural
and Applied Economics is designed to index and
electronically distribute full text reports of scholarly research in the field of
agricultural and applied economics.
and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has a
computerized World Agricultural Information Centre (WAICENT) providing
access to FAO's vast library of information on agriculture, fisheries, forestry,
nutrition and rural development.
At Mann Library,
Cornell University, you may browse or search titles and
descriptions of reports and datasets from the economics agencies of the
U.S. Department of Agriculture. The materials cover U.S. and international
agriculture and related topics.
Louisiana State University Agricultural Center and Louisiana
University and A&M College, USA. Some reports available.
Is a collaborative
effort to enhance the dissemination of research in
economics. The heart of the project is a decentralized database of
working papers, journal articles and software components. All RePEc
material is freely available.
Is a part of an announcement
service which filters information on new
releases of working papers into edited reports. These reports are
generated by subject-specific editors and are circulated via email.
The goal of the NEP project and the associated announcement lists
is to provide subscribers with up-to-date information on new additions
to the research literature.
From Oregon State
University. (USA Counties, Census of Agriculture,
Imports/Exports, 1992 Economic Census).
ERS, US Dept of Agriculture.
The State Fact Sheets provide the most
recently available farm and rural data compiled by the Economic Research
Service (ERS), USDA. The State Fact Sheets provide 2 pages of facts for
each state and also a summary fact sheet for the United States.Included
are data on population, jobs, income and poverty, and farms.The data
comes from a variety of sources including the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
Bureau of Economic Analysis, the Bureau of the Census, and ERS.
Is a collection of
links to natural resources (including forestry, wildlife, parks
and protected areas, nature conservation, etc.) institutions, agencies, online
catalogs, literature and research news.
Is an independent,
nonprofit research organization supporting ecological
sustainability in arid and semiarid lands worldwide. The site includes information
about jobs, conferences, workshops, publications and news of interest to arid
lands researchers, natural resources managers and policy makers, lists of arid
lands web sites, directory of arid lands researchers at IALC Member institutions
and current research projects.
from Afforestation to Wood & Woodworking and two
independent sub-sections. One for Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding and
another for Forest Soils and Substrates.
From Univ. of Brussels,
Belgium does research on sustainable development
indicators, socio-economic aspects of the environment, and related information
systems. Links to sites on environment and pollution, growth and economic
development, general and industrial economics, energy, costs-benefit analyses,
depollution, impact assesment, environmental externalities, databases.
The site includes a listing of the Best environmental directories and the
WWW Virtual Library in Sustainable Development
Contains a listing of Web sources in category Business and Environmental Economics.
Are listed in EDIRC
Are listed in EDIRC
Conducts basic and
applied economic research and policy analysis to
help people understand and make better decisions about the conservation
and use of natural and environmental resources.
Provides a focus
in the Australasian region for activities in ecological
economics. The site provides a listing of Online Ecological Economics Publications.
By Gernot Wagner. Links to groups and people working in the field.
Publishes the World
Resource Review (WRR), which is an international
refereed journal devoted wholly to scientific and policy studies of Global
Warming, World Resource Management, and Global Change.
on environmental reporting of companies. It offers news,
discussion board and many links to articles, awards, reports.
Provides vast amounts of information on the subject (reports, maps, photos etc.)
Published by the
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. AMBIO addresses
the scientific, social, economic, and cultural factors that influence the condition
of the human environment.
Aims to link economists with their research output in the RePEc bibliographic database.
Based in Houston,
Texas, is a service where you can check stocks, access
late breaking industry news, view rig counts, research industry data, etc.
From Department of
Primary Industries and Energy, Australia. PIENet is
the main entry point to electronic information provided by DPIE, portfolio
organisations and associated agencies on australian agriculture,
economic research, energy, environment, fisheries, forestry, geoscience,
and quarantine. PIENet also contains a comprehensive catalogue of
Australian electronic information on primary and resource industries.
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