The Economics Grad Student’s Guide to University Libraries

“Pattee-Paterno Library fall 2013” by Penn State – CC:BY-NC-ND 2.0)

“Pattee-Paterno Library fall 2013” by Penn State – CC:BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Penn State University Libraries has a great deal to offer graduate students in economics:

As the Economics librarian, Lauren…

  • Provides one-on-one research assistance to economics students, faculty, and staff, helping to identify suitable databases and search strategies, and locate difficult-to-find articles and data
  • Acquires economics books, journals, videos, databases and more for the library collection
  • Joins economics classes to teach research skills and resources to students
  • Develops research guides for economics and related topics
  • Offers updates on library resources and services that can make being an econ grad student a little more manageable like Data Management and Citation Guides

Email ( or call (814-865-4414) to make an appointment or ask a question, or stop by 309 Paterno Library to talk with Lauren.

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  1. Nice post! Did you guys tell the new students to subscribe?! 🙂

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