We’ve done our best to select the most pertinent materials for these Course Resources pages, but if these are not helping with your topic/project, we encourage you to use the Schedule an Appointment link in the Profile box on this page.
Presumably you'll be using a textbook for this class - but sometimes it helps to read another author's explanation of a concept or theory. Try the following two ebooks, and for even more, visit the Rush Rhees (hardcopy) book collections on Level 300, at call number: HB171.5... and HB172.5. You'll find more "macro" textbook-type books there.
To research more specific aspects of the topics in this course, journal articles might be the way to go. Here are your best bets for finding good articles:
In the world of economics, Working Papers are another well-regarded and frequently used source of information. Here are two major collections of economic working papers:
All of the article and working paper databases listed on the previous tab can be used for research on the "international linkage among economies;" listed here are some additional, specifically "international" economic resources:
The materials listed on the previous tabs are my best guess for what might be helpful for this class. In fact, everything you need may be supplied to you! But if you need more/different kinds of resources, please don't hesitate to let me know; together we can make this guide more useful!
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