- Reference books are an excellent place to begin your research, as they provide a comprehensive topic overview and bibliographies for further reading. Feel free to ask a Marygrove librarian for help locating these resources.
- To find books on your topic, search the Marygrove catalog. Tips for searching:
- use quotation marks to search for an exact phrase. (Example: if you search for the phrase "united states" in quotation marks, your results will include this book: Sacrifice Zones: The front lines of toxic chemical exposure in the United States. Your search results will NOT include this book: A guide to picture sources in the United Mexican States).
- use an asterisk (*) to search for every form of a word. (Example: if you search for mother* you will find books on mother, and also books on mothers, mothering, motherhood, etc).
- use the "Limit by" dropdown menu on the right side of your results page to limit by location (stacks, reference room, reserves, etc) or material type (ebooks, DVDs, audio, etc).
- use interlibrary loan to request a book owned by another library.
Business & Company ASAP (Gale Infotrac)
Access to all the business and management journals, trade journals, newspapers and directories needed for in-depth research on companies, products, markets, industries, economics and management disciplines. It also provides full-text U.S. and international private and public company directory listings, and full-text PR Newswire releases on those corporations
Business Abstracts with Full Text Select (EBSCOhost)
Provides fast, convenient access to a multitude of outstanding sources, from The New York Times Business Section and The Wall Street Journal to magazines and scholarly journals
Business Insights: Essentials (Gale)
Access to a wide variety of global business information including competitive intelligence, career and investment opportunities, business rankings, company histories and much more
General Business File ASAP (Gale Infotrac)
Full-text journals, investment reports, directory listings and newswire releases, as well as indexing of three national newspapers. Tap into the world’s leading business, industry, management, economics, investment and company information
Small Business Collection (Gale Infotrac)
For business schools and entrepreneurs, this compilation provides insights, tips, strategies and success stories
Economic Indicators - a service of the U.S. Government Printing Office that provides free electronic access to a wealth of important information products produced by the Federal Government
World Bank Data: Free and open access to the world's most comprehensive collection of data on developing economies
Economics links from the ipl2 (a resource compiled by library professionals)