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Economics: Books & eBooks

Information about books, journals, databases, official publications and other useful economics resources.

Where in the Library?

Most print material related to economics can be found in the 330's on level 4 of the James Joyce Library.

Level 4 Floor plan

Look out for the Irish Economics section which is shelved at 330IR - before the rest of 330.

Finding Books using OneSearch

Watch a short tutorial on how to find print books and ebooks using OneSearch:

Short Loan & 4-Hour Collections

Short Loan Collection

The Short Loan Collection (SLC) contains multiple copies of books in demand, or on reading lists and can be borrowed for 7 days.

4-Hour Collection

The 4-Hour Loan collection contains items that are in very high demand at certain times of the year. You can borrow and take these books anywhere in the Library, but they cannot be taken out of the Library building.

Books for Economics

Books and eBooks are listed in OneSearch, our resource discovery service.  You can also browse the collection to find books for your research. The relevant shelf marks include, but are not limited to::

  • 330 Economics
  • 331 Labor economics
  • 332 Financial economics
  • 333 Economics of land & energy
  • 334 Cooperatives
  • 335 Socialism & related systems
  • 336 Public finance
  • 337 International economics
  • 338 Production
  • 339 Macroeconomics & related topics


A selection of useful book titles available via UCD Library include:

Books and eBooks are listed in OneSearch, our resource discovery service. Useful ebook titles and ebook databases available via UCD Library include:

Reference items are helpful for finding background information; definitions and spelling; facts and figures; translations; statistics and topical overviews of subjects. Reference books can be found both in print and online. See here for further information

Useful online reference material for Economics include:

Open Educational Resources (OER) are learning, teaching and research materials in any format and medium that reside in the public domain or are under copyright that have been released under an open license, that permit no-cost access, re-use, re-purpose, adaptation and redistribution by others. (source: UNESCO)