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Welcome to the research guide for Business and Economics at TLU!
1: Find background information in reference books
2. Need books or ebooks? Search the Library Catalog
The Library Catalog is the gateway to finding books on business. Search the catalog for books about economics, marketing, or accounting.
Blumberg Memorial Library arranges materials by the Library of Congress Classification System. Books on business generally fall into the following call numbers:
| Economic history and conditions
How to find a book
3. Need articles? Search the databases
Databases are large, searchable collections of articles, including scholarly articles. To see all of TLU's Business and Economics databases, visit Databases by Subject - Business and Economics. The Databases by Subject pages also include links to recommended websites.
Here are a few key databases for business and economics:
Business Source Complete
Provides scholarly full text and citations to publications in management, economics, finance, accounting, and international business.
Provides full-text documents from over 5,600 news, business, legal, medical, and reference publications with a variety of flexible search options.
AEA (American Economic Association) Journals (citations/abstracts only)
Provides citations and abstracts only for 7 journals: American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, American Economic Review, Journal of Economic Perspectives, and Journal of Economic Literature. Full-text access ceased 3/1/2015.
Regional Business News
Provides full-text coverage for regional business publications, journals, newspapers, and newswires.
--Finding a particular journal--
To see if a journal or magazine is available, either online or in print, look in the Publications by Title list.
Need an item that our library doesn't own? No worries, you can email the title, author and date of what you need to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out a form. We can get most (but not all) articles within 2 days and many books within 4-8 days.
For more information, visit our interlibrary loan page.
--Using databases off-campus--
If you are using an off-campus computer, you will be prompted for your last name (Not your network username but last name only) and your 8-digit TLU number.
--Evaluate and cite sources--
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