Research Guide: Business

Background Information

More books on business can be found on the fourth floor, in sections HA, HB, HC, HD, HE, HF, HG, and HJ.

Bulls, Bears, Boom, and Bust: A Historical Encyclopedia of American Business Concepts REF HF 3021. D 59 2007
Business Library and How to Use It REF Z 675. B 8 B 87 1996
Complete Book of Business Schools REF HF 1131. S 88 2002
Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society REF HF 5387. E 53 2008
Encyclopedia of Management REF HD 30.15 E 49 2006
Encyclopedia of Small Business REF HD 62.7 H 553 1998
Working Americans, 1880-2006 REF HD 8066. D 47 2008

Journal Articles

ABI/INFORM Global

This general business database covers almost 2,000 business periodicals with articles on management, human resources, marketing, economics, and so on.

Academic Search Ultimate

This general database contains current news as well as scholarly literature about business, management, and more.

Business Source Premier

BSP is a large, comprehensive database that includes company and business research, articles about marketing and management, and much more.

EconLit

This database takes a broader view than the other business databases. It focuses on economics, consumer and business behavior, economic forecasting, and more.

JSTOR

JSTOR is a historic journal archive that includes several decades' worth of business and economic research.

ScienceDirect Journals

This database also provides extensive research in business topics.

Web Resources

Alfred

Created and maintained by the Federal Reserve, this site offers access to thousands of government documents that can help track economic indicators over time.

Bloomberg

Bloomberg is a premier sources for business news. In addition to coverage of news and the stock market, Bloomberg has an extensive media library of news broadcasts, podcasts, and more.

Business Resources on the Web

This series of research guides from the University of Washington covers marketing and advertising, accounting and finance, statistics, and resources for different kinds of businesses.

Free Management Library

Featuring articles written by business professionals, this online library contains information on specific issues in business management including crisis and conflict management, human resources, organization, and more.

globalEDGE

This site, maintained by Michigan State University, contains a wealth of data about markets, industry outlooks, state and country data, and case studies.

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

This guide takes a focused look at entrepreneurship and small business. Created by the Harvard School of Business, all the resources on this guide have been vetted. This guide also includes links to further help on finding funding and creating business plans.

Management Resources

The Business Library at the University of South Carolina has created this guide to management, human resources, and small business management.

Regional Economic Accounts

The Bureau of Economic Analysis provides an easy way to locate hard-to-find statistics such as local personal income, local gross domestic products, and more.

STAT-USA Links to Sources

STAT-USA was a database of government information on business, economics, financial indicators, trade and more. This list of links replaces the now defunct STAT-USA.

US Census Bureau: Economic Indicators

This site shows data sets compiled by the US Census Bureau and shows economic indicators in manufacturing, construction, housing, sales, trade, and more. Most of the data sets are updated quarterly or monthly and are downloadable.

World Bank Databank

DataBank is an analysis and visualization tool with free statistics from reputable sources worldwide. It that contains collections of time series data on a variety of topics.

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