Links in the boxes below match each section of the Foreign Economy Report assignment (A, B, C, etc.).
1) Start with the CIA's World Factbook for background, trade and economic information, Gini coefficient (income distribution), current issues.
Citations: Free government websites usually do not offer citations. Create your own; see the "I. Works Cited" box on this page for help.
2) globalEDGE (Michigan State University)
4) World economic data:
3) This encyclopedia database offers historical information about countries:
Use these to browse for news articles about your country.
Use Advanced Search in these databases.
[Your country] AND
GlobalEdge also offers a link to information about "Risk" for each country.
Use the Start Your Research Here search box on the home page to find any missing facts.
The ProQuest Central article database searches millions of articles from thousands of newspapers, magazines and journals, including the New York Times and Wall Street Journal.
Here's a link to ProQuest Central articles on the effect of the pandemic on United States monetary policy.
The Statista database offers statistics and reports on your country, many with citations.
Citations: Create your own. Citations are not usually offered by free websites.
If you haven't already found information on your country's business cycle (expansion, recession), try this:
Library databases will create draft APA or MLA citations for you. Use the resources below to confirm that they are correct.
Check your drafts with the English Division's Center for Reading and Writing.
Here's an APA citation for the CIA's World Factbook, using India as an example. Make sure to add hanging indents.
Central Intelligence Agency. (2022, February 10). India. In The world factbook. https://www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/countries/india/
To create hanging indents in Google Docs for your citations page:
Use a search engine like Google to find any missing pieces of information.
For tutorials and more tips on web searching, see this library page: