Resources

The University's libraries hold over 1.6 million volumes and 18,000 serials in open stacks. Students are eligible to borrow directly from the main campus libraries of any of the six other academic institutions in the Washington, DC area whose collections can be accessed from a single computerized catalog file. There are many computing facilities available on campus. Finally, the resources of Washington, DC often prove a unique advantage to students. See the University's Libraries, Computers & Wireless Resources page for more information.

In addition to the resources offered by the Department of Economics, the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, and the George Washington University, the following links provide critical information with regard to scholarship in economics:

New Book: "A Moderate Compromise"

In A Moderate Compromise: Economic Policy Choice in an Era of Globalization, Professor Steven Suranovic analyzes how international economic policy is made and how it has become so controversial. He suggests a solution to the conflict between free trade markets and the movement toward greater government involvement that is consistent with both economic efficiency and social justice.