Guide to Resouces on Slovakia: Economics and Business
Journals and newspapers
The Library subscribes to a number of economics journals. Many journals are available either in digital or print format, or both. Printed journals and newspapers are located on the Lower Ground Floor of the Library.
Amongst journals available digitally UCL provides access to Czech Republic and Slovakia Business Weekly, Emerging Europe monitor. Central Europe & Baltic States, Problems of Economic Transition, Central European Business Review. More subject-specific electronic journals can be accessed via E-journals available to members of UCL. For information on accessing electronic journals see our FAQ.
There are a number of economics databases that include data on Slovakia:
• World Bank Data: Statistics on development in countries around the globe, collated by the World Bank. Consists of a number of datasets including development indicators, debt statistics and trade logistics statistics. Openly available for flexible re-use.
• Amadeus: A database of comparable financial information for public and private companies across Europe.
• Economist Intelligence Unit Country Reports and Profiles (SSEES only): Full text of reports covering the political scene, economic policy, domestic economy, sectoral trends and foreign trade of each country, with detailed two-year political and economic forecasts. Full text of country profiles, covering a country’s economic and political status and background.
• Nexis UK (LexisNexis Business and News): Database of news and company information (formerly provided as LexisNexis 'Executive').
The databases available to members of UCL include general economics databases and indexes. Also UCL SSEES working papers offer a collection of research papers reflecting the interests of the economics and business group within UCL SSEES.
See also our Economics and Business Subject Guide for more general resources on economics and business.
The Library’s collection of books on economics of Slovakia, economic history and management in general are located at Sk.XVI. The printed collection is shelved on the First Floor of the Library. For e-books please see Complete list of e-books available to members of UCL.
For further help, please get in touch with:
Zuzana Pinčíková, Area Specialist for Central Europe