EU material

Documents published by and about the EU can be found in the Library's databases and online. The Economics Library also holds a collection of printed EU material, which can be found and requested through Supersearch.

Find EU material in databases

Use the Library's databases to find documents by and about the EU.

EU material in databases and online

The databases contain different types of publications by and about the EU. Information about what kind of material each database contains can be found in its description. Most EU databases are freely available online. Examples of material in the databases:

  • Research about the EU
  • Bills
  • Treaties
  • Historical documents
  • Legislation
  • Press releases
  • Proceedings
  • Case law
  • Statistics

Information about EU material

If you need more information about different types of documents or the EU institutions you can use the guide European Sources Online.

Find printed EU material

The University Library's printed EU material can be found in Supersearch. You can request the material, or find its location and collect it from the shelf yourself. Most of the EU material is placed at the Economics Library.

To Supersearch

European Documentation Centre (EDC)

The Economics Library is a so called European Documentation Centre (EDC). Turn to us when you want help with finding information about and documentation from the European Union. As a part of the EDC mission the Library also organises events about the EU and holds courses for students and researchers about searching EU information.

The Library is a part of a larger network with EDC libraries that are responsible for promoting and supporting studies and research about the EU. The network is run by the European Commission, in Sweden there are a total of eleven libraries in the network.

Economics Library

Contact us about EU material

Contact the Economics Library if you have any questions about EU material.

  • You will be answered by e-mail by library staff during office hours, Monday to Friday.

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