Blue book

This article is about the pricing book genre. For the magazine, see Blue Book (magazine).
See also: White paper and Green paper

Blue book or bluebook is a term often referring to an almanac, buyer's guide or other compilation of statistics and information. The term dates back to the 15th century, when large blue velvet-covered books were used for record-keeping by the Parliament of the United Kingdom.[1]

The term has a variety of other meanings:

Academia and education


Chicago Construction Blue Book from 2003

Computing and technology

Government and finance

United Kingdom

United States








Other publications

See also


  1. Preface, Tennessee Blue Book, 2007-2008 edition, page vii.
  2. "A Message from the Dean of Yale College < Yale University".
  3. "The Blue Book Network of Commercial Construction".
  4. Wegener, Ingo (1987). The Complexity of Boolean Functions. John Wiley and Sons Ltd, and B. G. Teubner, Stuttgart. ISBN 3-519-02107-2., an influential textbook on circuit complexity, commonly known as the "Blue Book". Also available for download (PDF) at the Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity.
  5. Oxford English Dictionary.
  6. Matthew M. Aid and Cees Wiebes, Secrets of Signals Intelligence During the Cold War: From Cold War to Globalization, First Edition (2001), Frank Cass Publishers. ISBN 0-7146-5176-1
  7. James Bryce and Arnold Toynbee, The Treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, 1915-1916, Documents Presented to Viscount Grey of Falloden by Viscount Bryce, Uncensored Edition (2000), Gomidas Institute, Taderon Press. ISBN 0-9535191-5-5
  8. "Blue Book Services".
  9. "Books by author Mitchell P. Davis". Goodreads.
  10. "MSA Yearbook". MSA website.
  11. "Online Industrial and Manufacturing Directory - MacRAE'S".

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