The Libraries seek to support research in all aspects of economics, domestic and international, from the undergraduate graduate student through PhD and faculty levels of research. Areas of established specialization include but are not limited to microeconomics, macroeconomics, economic theory, economic development, economic history, psychological economics, econometrics, behavior economics, and game theory.
The main constituents for this collection are students and faculty associated with the Department of Economics. However, faculty and students in other social sciences disciplines across campus also use this collection.
Overall, the collecting goals for Economics are suitable for dissertation-level research and undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate education and research.