Librarians from other institutions have created LibGuides describing resources about the current economic crisis. This web page links to their guides. With the exception of the Financial Crisis Research Guide, the LibGuides below focus on U.S. material. They may be useful in researching international responses to the financial crisis, and in comparing U.S. actions to foreign countries' actions.
LibGuide created by Louise Feldmann (Colorado State University Libraries) contains current news highlights, RSS feeds of latest developments and recommended books for background information.
LibGuide about researching the financial crisis hosted by the Library Network serving the World Bank Group and the IMF.
LibGuide from Central Michigan University Off-Campus Library Services on resources related to the subject of the current financial crisis.
LibGuide created by Rick Dyson (Missouri Western State University) provides links to useful resources and current coverage of the latest information available.
LibGuide about researching the financial crisis and the U.S. economy provided by the University of Florida Libraries. Includes annotations to books about the financial crisis.
LibGuide created by Alissa Black-Dorward (Fordham University School of Law) provides an exhaustive listing of government documents concerning the current economic crisis.