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Access NYU Libraries' premier economic research subscriptions.

New & Updated Resources

  • 18 Sept 2020: New module: "Global Consumer Survey" is now available in Statista. The Global Consumer Survey includes consumer responses from 50+ countries, including developed markets, emerging markets, BRIC, etc. Users can also create crosstabs. Unlike MRI Simmons, data is not delayed.
  • 17 Sept 2020: Enhancement: Bloomberg is now available remotely. Please note that if you are a member of the Stern, Tandon FRE, NYU Abu Dhabi, or NYU Shanghai communities, you have a separate (non-Bobst) access workflow.
  • 9 Sept 2020: New databases: NYU has subscribed to the "Harvard Student Success" package, which includes the Harvard Business School Case Study CollectionHarvard Business School Core Curriculum, and HBR Ascend.
  • 3 Sept 2020: Enhancement: Artnet and its art "Pricing Database", formerly only available on-site at Bobst Library, is now accessible off-site when using NYU's VPN. Find Artnet on the main Libraries Database List.
  • 11 Aug 2020: New functionality: Users can now import their own data to map using SimplyAnalytics and visualize datapoints as a scatter plot.
  • 28 July 2020: Updated dataset: Most recent year (2019) added for "ReferenceUSA Historical Business Data (Entire USA)". Find it in the NYU Faculty Digital Archive (FDA). (Log in to view.)
  • 28 July 2020: Updated dataset: State-level data is being added to NYU's L2 Political Academic Voter File on a rolling basis. L2 is a database of every registered US voter with basic socio-demographic indicators (some modeled). Access mediated by NYU's Data Services.
  • 22 July 2020: New API and functionality: API access (via Python, Javascript, and PHP) is now available for our CEIC macroeconomic indicator database. Read the documentation to get started. Enhanced R and Python functionality is also now available. These features are accessible to all registered CEIC users via the "profile" box. Find CEIC on our "Data Sources & Services" tab.
  • 15 April 2020: Enhancement: Temporary emergency access to nearly 40% of NYU's print collections is now available via HathiTrust. Learn more about this solution and other eBook options on our Books tab.
  • 28 October 2019: New database: UN iLibrary: Provides access to publications, journals, data, and series published by the United Nations Secretariat, including its funds and programs. Find it on the "International Statistics" tab.
  • 22 Aug 2019: New API: Bobst's Bloomberg terminals now support the Excel API add-in, as detailed on our Bloomberg Guide.

To view new databases across all disciplines, consult NYU's main Databases A-Z list.