Dana Class Guides:
Globalization and Social Change (920:303)
Prof. Grishma Shah
Academic Search Premier. (EBSCOhost). Summaries of articles from over 4,000 publications, with approximately three quarters of those in full-text or full-image format, covering general reference, business, health, social sciences, humanities, education, and general science.
Asia-Studies Full-Text Online. Reports, working papers, and journals from Asia's most prestigious research institutions, covering business, economic, government, political, and social issues related to the nations of the Asia-Pacific region.
CIAO: Columbia International Affairs Online. Full-text of working papers, policy briefs, research reports, and conference proceedings covering theory and research in international affairs.
World Development Indicators. This is a complete and authoritative collection of statistics on countries, regions, and economic groupings of the world, as collected (primarily from from national statistical organizations) and presented by the World Bank. Data series include extensive economic, demographic, social, environmental, educational, and cultural indicators.
- To locate books, use
IRIS the Rutgers Online Catalog.
- Start with
The Globalization Website for a glossary, discussion of the major issues, and links to many other sites. (Frank Lechner, Emory University)
Eldis - Gateway to Development Information has reports by country and topic, as well as links to full-text documents from many, many sources.
Humanitarian and UN Collections from the New Zealand Digital Library Project, covering Critical Global Issues, Community Development, Disasters, Food and Nutrition, Humanity Development, Medicine and Health, and World Environment.
World Development Reports from the World Bank. Select a report and click on the "Background Papers" link.
- Harvard University's
Global Trade Negotiations Home Page summarizes many issues in trade policy and provides links to recent research papers.
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