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Behavioral Law and Economics: Databases and Searches

This interdisciplinary guide focuses on topical databases such as economics, psychology, science and the social sciences. It also covers some legal resources such as SSRN. #behavioraleconomics #behaviorallaw

Databases by Topic

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Databases Introduction

            Florida State University has a large collection of journals in both paper and electronic format. You can search broadly by using OneSearch or search the online catalog for books or journal titles. You can also search specific databases such as HeinOnline, JSTOR, EconLit and many others.  Listed below are some databases by topic.  You can do interdisciplinary searching and find articles in psychology, economics, science and the social sciences.              

Online Catalog

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OneSearch Dropdown (EBSCO)

OneSearch


What is OneSearch?
OneSearch is a discovery tool that searches across the majority of our books, journals, articles, and more. It can also be used to search for material outside of our collections! It’s a great starting point for your research, and can be used to drill down to very specific resources.



Search Law Journal Library

 
Heinonline is always a good source for law related journal articles.
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"How to Search JSTOR" guide.

 

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