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Best Databases for Mathematics Research
Business Source Premier (EbscoHost)
Great source of country reports, business and economic information.
CIA World Factbook
Use the drop-down menu on the right side of the screen to select a country. The data includes detailed information about the government, education, health, economics, religions, and political climate of each nation.
A useful source of political, demographic, economic and cultural information about nations.
A rich source of maps and tables for US demographic data all the way back to 1790. Customize maps to help organize data to suit your research need.
US Census Bureau
Useful links to Census Bureau statistics and data, including demographic trends, housing, business and industry, world population clock, and more. Free resource.
ABI Inform Global (MultCoLib)
A useful database for business and economic research.
Academic Search Premier (EbscoHost)
This is a multi-subject database with full-text articles on a wide range of subjects.
This is your first stop for most literary research. JSTOR contains full-text articles from hundreds of journals in literature, the arts, history, political science, and more.
A highly useful search engine for locating some full-text scholarly articles and course materials from academic sources. Please note that not everything is full-text and accessible.