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Business Source Complete
  • A good starting place for researching business and management topics
  • Includes full-text articles from prominent academic journals, trade publications, newspapers and magazines in business and management
  • Includes profiles of companies, countries, SWOT analysis, and industry reports
  • Only source for accessing Harvard Business Review articles
ABI/Inform
  • Heavily overlaps with Business Source Complete
  • Full-text articles from academic journals and key business and economics periodicals such as The Economist and Sloan Management Review
  • Includes full-text of working papers, dissertations, company, country, and industry reports
Factiva
  • Full-text articles from thousands of newspapers, newswires, magazines and trade publications
  • Does not include academic journals
  • Great source for browsing current editions of the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Business Week and Forbes (Select News Pages tab)

 

Other databases:

Conference Board
  • Full-text of reports and articles on economic, political, demographic, and technological developments that have a major impact on business management.
  • Covers topics such as business ethics, corporate governance, diversity and inclusion, leadership development, talent management, outsourcing, and strategic management.
EconLit
  • Indexes international economic literature.
  • Includes major journals, articles in collective volumes (essays, proceedings, etc.), books, full-text book reviews, dissertations, and working papers.
LexisNexis Academic
  • Full-text articles from major newspapers, magazines, trade publications, law journals, and law reviews
  • Includes laws, regulations, case law, company and industry profiles, and biographies
PsycInfo
  • A great resource for researching topics related to industrial psychology, managerial communication, behavioral economics, work and organization studies
  • Indexes articles from academic journals and magazines as well as books, book chapters, and dissertations.
Scopus
  • Use Scopus for researching interdisciplinary topics
  • Indexes literature from sciences, social sciences, and humanities.

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