Full text for more than 2,200 journals back to 1965, with searchable cited references back to 1998. The journals cover all business disciplines, including marketing, management, MIS, POM, accounting, finance and economics. Additional full text, non-journal content includes market research reports, industry reports, country reports, company profiles and SWOT analyses.
HSU's ABI/INFORM link now combines the following databases for unified searching: *ABI/Inform Dateline *ABI/Inform Global *ABI/Inform Trade & Industry Some full text is included for about 2500 journals. Peer review: Partial
Fulltext database containing over 12,000 news, business, legal, and other sources including newspapers, magazines, radio and television transcripts, newswires, newsletters, opinion polls, and legal materials. For additional description see LexisNexis Academic. To search for a particular title, use the HSU Library Journal and Newspaper Finder. Peer Reviewed Some
Indexes over 270 popular magazines in all disciplines and over 2,500 scholarly journals in business, the humanities, general science, education, and the social sciences from 1982 to the present. Includes fulltext to over 1,300 of them from 1994 to the present. Also includes some indexing and fulltext coverage in technology and engineering, art, biology, natural resources, law, and library science.
Provides access to industry reports and company information from publicly traded companies around the world. Private company information is also available from the Dunn & Bradstreet Private Company Database. A range of industry reports are available. An advantage of Mergent is that you may download all information in Word, Excel, or PDF format.
Provides online fulltext access to 1.5 million articles from 1,200 Elsevier Science and Academic Press journals from 1996 to the present. The ScienceDirect database also indexes Elsevier journals prior to 1998 and articles in the Medline database. Set up a personal account to obtain special services such as table of contents mailings. Peer review: Most