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Economics Research Guide

This guide has a wide variety of business resources. Select the links to conduct:

BoardEx, Hoover's,  Mergent, NetAdvantage, LexisNexis Company Dossier, ReferenceUSA

Country Watch, Country Studies, International Financial Statistics, World Development Indicators

Social Explorer, U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Statistical Abstracts

Mergent Horizon, Plunkett Research, NetAdvantage (Industry Surveys), U.S. Census Bureau: Business & Industry

The Economist, Financial Times, New York Times, Wall Street Journal and more

Looking for scholarly or peer-reviewed journals?

Below is a small sample of the resources available for research through the M.D. Anderson Library.  Click on the Economics databases page for additional resources.

A CougarNet Login is required to access resources remotely or via the UH wireless network.

  • EconLit  
    EconLit is the American Economic Association's index to scholarly literature in Economics from 1969 to the present.
    It is the best source for coverage of scholarship in economics.
  • ABI/INFORM Global  
    A scholarly and comprehensive business research database. Also includes the Wall Street Journal.
  • Business Source Complete  
    A scholarly business database, providing full-text context. Includes Harvard Business Review Case Studies
  • Emerald Fulltext  
    The Emerald Fulltext database contains more than 42,000 searchable articles with an online archive back to 1989. Special international focus.

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Avoiding Plagiarism

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