We have credible and reliable resources on
economic studies in print and electronic formats.

The UPSE Library’s print collection is comprised of more than 80,000 volumes of books classified as Filipiniana, General Circulation, General Reference, and Reserve. Please click this link for the borrowing guidelines. 

Course Reserve refers to the eBook counterpart of the main reference texts used in courses which the School offers. Please email upselibrary.upd@up.edu.ph for access instructions. 

The UPSE Library is subscribed to four (4) dataset providers namely, CEIC Data, EIKON with Datastream, Orbis Database, and GTAP Database. In addition, datasets from reliable institutions such as ADB, BSP, DSWD, PCED, PSA, Worldbank, UNDP and UNESCO. atasets from reliable institutions such as ADB, BSP, DSWD, PCED, PSA, Worldbank, UNDP and UNESCO.

The UPSE Library is subscribed to various databases which intend to meet the information needs of their users. These databases can be accessed remotely / outside campus via OpenAthens. Instructions on how to use the aforesaid platform can be found here. Some of the databases available are Statista, EBSCO, JSTOR, ScienceDirect, Taylor & Francis Online, and Wiley Online Library. 

The UPSE Library is subscribed to The Economist, New York Times International, and TIME Magazine Asia. Please email upselibrary.upd@up.edu.ph for access instructions.

The UPSE Library’s theses and dissertations collection is available online. Please email upselibrary.upd@up.edu.ph to request access. For instructions on how to generate the list of theses and dissertations available at the UPSE Library, please click this link.