The DOAJ provides access to 183 journals belonging to the subject Economics. 


Oxford’s department of Economics is one of Europe’s leading research departments and its members include some of the world’s most distinguished academic economists whose research have made major contributions to modern economic analysis.
This database provides access to quite impressive working paper series at Oxford University. The papers are arranged chronologically, and are drawn from a number of series, including the Oxford Financial Research Centre Economics Series and the Global Poverty Research Group.


The Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has a sizeable research staff, and they publish dozens of policy papers, reports, and related documents every year. This website provides direct access to their archive of policy briefs, and it is one that every person with an interest in international relations, economic policy, and related matters will want to add to their collection of bookmarks. The basic list of briefs is arranged chronologically, and recent briefs added to the site have included an economic survey of Greece, an examination of international migration trends, and regional innovation trends in 15 Mexican states.


The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has partnered with Linköping University to create this rather powerful analytical tool which they call the OECD FactbookeXplorer. First-time visitors can start using the site by going over to the "Dashboard" area on the right-hand side of the page and clicking one of the thematic "stories". These "stories" contain brief introductions to several key issues: labor market policies and labor participation fertility. Overall, the eXplorer site will take time getting used to, but it will be most useful to policy analysts and others with an interest in development issues.