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ECON 345: Urban Economics: Getting Started

Prof. Becker


This guide presents a few of the many library resources available to support empirical research on urban economics with a focus on the Triangle (especially Durham and Orange counties).  While many of the web based resources are provide easy access to journal articles and research data, the staff of Perkins Data and Visualization Services are available to assist with questions about your research topics.

Data and GIS Services Schedule

Usa and Yu are the current Economics Department Data Interns (Masters students) who can help especially with Stata and other statistics packages, and with econometric or statistics questions.

Subject Guide

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