Both the QUT Library Search and Google Scholar are an excellent way to rapidly search across a variety of sources.
Library search is particularly effective for finding books from a variety of publishers including both physical and ebook copies of your unit textbook.
A large proportion of results retrieved from Google Scholar are available through one or more of the QUT Library subscriptions - see here for more information on obtaining fulltext from Scholar.
FRED is the St. Louis Federal Reserve's (United States) web tool to find, graph, download, and understand economic and social science data. GeoFRED allows you to create, customize, and share geographical maps of data found in FRED. Refer to the research guide for further instruction on how to identify and extract relevant Australian / Global country data.
OECD iLibrary - OECD features eBooks, articles, working papers, reports, and statistics. Note this resource is a subscribed service and requires you to login with your QUT login credentials.
Worldbank Data - The Worldbank hosts excellent wayfinding guides for data and indicators. Research reports issued from WB are an alternative source of information for identifying relevant data series and statistics; cross reference series featured as figures, tables or in-text using the WB Data portal.
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