The Library of Congress (LC) classification for Economics begins with the letters HB -- the system the Blough-Weis Library uses to organize books.
You may want to look on the shelf where books on your subject are located in order to see what is available. The general categories for economics are listed below.
|Economic theory. Demography||HB1-3840|
Economics as a science. Relation to other subjects
History of economics. History of economic theory
Mathematical economics. Quantitative methods
|Competition. Production. Wealth||HB238-251|
|Income. Factor shares||HB522-715|
Entrepreneurship. Risk and uncertainty.
|Demography. Population. Vital events||HB848-3697|
|Business cycles. Economic fluctuations||HB3711-3840|
|Economic history and conditions||HC10-1085|
|Economic geography of the oceans (General)||HC92|
|By region or country||HC94-1085|
Don't overlook reference books.
The following 2 databases containing hundreds of subject/specialized encyclopedias and dictionaries
REFERENCE BOOKS WITH WEBSITES
Economic Report of the President REF HC106.5 .A272 Contains table on international statistics
Statistical Abstract of the United States REF HA202 .S8 2014 Includes a section on Foreign Commerce and one on International Statistics
Below are some encyclopedias and other general books on economics available online or at the library.