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Economics Department Profile


Program: BA with a major in Economics in a 15 or 20 unit program.
BA Honours degree ( 20 units) including an Honours thesis ( 1/2 unit) or BA degree with an Honours Certificate.


Collection Analysis:
Subject Areas
LC Class Ranges
Current Collecting Intensity using Collection Level Codes


Economic Theory
HB 1-846.8
3a


Business Cycles. Economic Fluctuations.
HB 3711-3840
3a


Economic History and Conditions

includes: Canadian Economic Conditions
HC 10-1085

HC 111-120
3a


Production. Economic Growth Development and Planning.
HD 28-88
3a


Land Use
HD 101-1395.5
2


Agriculture
HD 1401-2210
2


Industry
HD 2321-4730.9
2


Labour
HD 4801-8943
3a


Specific Industries and Trades
HD 9000 - 9999
2


Transportation and Communication
HE 1-9900
2


Commerce. Trade. Tariff Policy.
HF 1-4055
3a


Finance

includes: Money
Banking

HG 1-9999

HG 201-1496
HG 1501-3550
3a


Public Finance
HJ 9 - HJ 9945
3a


Regional Economics. Regional Planning.
HT 388-395
3a


Forestry: Exploitation Policy and Adminstration
SD 430-668
2


Fisheries
SH 201-399
2


Clientele:
Economics materials are also used by faculty and students in Business, Canadian Studies, Political Studies, Tourism and Hospitality, Human Ecology, History, Mathematics, Sociology and Anthropology, and Women's Studies. 


Responsibility:
Materials are selected by librarians and faculty in Economics. Librarians select dictionaries, encyclopedias, statistical compendia, and bibliographies using the Reference allocation. Statistics Canada reports and publications relating to finance, the economy, regional development, the fisheries and forestry sector issued by the federal and provincial governments are selected by librarians from the checklists issued by the depository services. 


Scope:
Current English language publications are selected ,with a Canadian emphasis in areas such as regional economies, economic history and conditions, natural resources, legal and public policy issues. Donations of recent textbooks or newer editions of works already in our collection are accepted. Monographs on Canadian economic history, particularly if out of print or unique to Novanet, are valued. 


Exclusions:
Unpublished dissertations , manuscripts, workbooks and other consumables, lab manuals, popular works without academic interest, collections of journal article reprints.
Other Local Collections:
Dalhousie Killam. Patrick Power Library - Saint Mary's University.


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