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Economic and Data Information Services

▪ For information, contact Thomas Bourke: econlibrary@eui.eu

Statista Launched at EUI, 1.1.18


StatistaMap03From 1 January 2018 EUI members have full access to the Statista online portal, providing data on the global digital economy, consumer markets, media, demography and macroeconomic trends. Quantitative data from 425 sectors in 50 countries are provided with a range of infographic tools for analysis and visualisation. Visit the new Library resource page for full details.

Research Data Services


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Research data services are introduced on this Library page. EUI members can submit their research datasets for inclusion in the EUI ResData repository - a solution for sharing and archiving data outputs. The submission workflow is explained on this Library page. For weekly news about the Data Portal and the Library's premier statistical databases, sign up for the  Data e-Bulletin. The Library Research Data Guide provides detailed information about research data management.


New Books and eBooks: 22-28 January

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Amadeus firm data Banking Data - SNL Datastream

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NBER C/E European data The Crisis

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Web of Science Reference works  Risk data One-Stop Guide


eBulletin
Every Friday during term, the EUI Library issues the Weekly Bulletin of Economic Research Resources and Statistical Data. The e-Bulletin provides news about statistical data, journals, books and ebooks - and information on how to use Library databases and internet resources for economic and socio-economic research. Members of the EUI Economics Department receive the e-Bulletin by default. Non-economists can sign up with an @eui.eu account. Send a message, with 'subscribe' in the title, to econlibrary@eui.eu The e-Bulletin is not distributed to non-EUI mail accounts.

 


Access to online journals is via the Library Catalogue. EUI members can also read while  off campus. Economics journals are predominantly in electronic format. Click below for direct access to heavily-used titles.

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The Library Data Portal provides access to licensed macroeconomic, micro-socioeconomic and Europe-related databases. 72 data resource guides provide information on coverage, variables and user networks. The  Data Portal also provides details about the Library's restricted micro data server.

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EUI Library services include support for research data management (RDM); data management plans (DMPs); Horizon 2020 projects; metadata; preservation and open data. The 2017 Research Data Guide is online. For data support, please write to econlibrary@eui.eu

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EUI members can submit their research datasets for inclusion in the EUI ResData repository - a solution for sharing and archiving data outputs. Full details - and the online form for submitting data for reposit - are on this Library page. The Library Research Data Guide provides information about research data management.


Contact: Thomas Bourke econlibrary@eui.eu


RESEARCH DATA GUIDE 5.0

The 5th edition of the EUI Library Research Data Guide includes information on the new ResData repository; research data management; terms and conditions of use; dataset metadata; data management plans; data management in Horizon 2020 and open data.

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WebVideo17This short video gives an overview of collections and services for EUI economists and users of statistical data. Play.


BlogNews about economic information resources and statistical data, is posted on the Library blog.


BoidyUpdates about the Economics and Statistical Data collections are available via Twitter.


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Page last updated on 22 January 2018