The Business Library and how to Use it: A Guide to Sources and Research Strategies for Information on Business and Management

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Ernest L. Maier
Omnigraphics, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 329 pages
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Newly revised and updated, this time-honored source has been a favorite of students, researchers, librarians, and business people for over 40 years. It has been the standard reference to prepare business plans, marketing campaigns, financial analyses, government surveys, investment strategies, class presentations, topical reports, and other research projects.

Arranged in easy-to-use chapters, The Business Library and How to Use It is an informative guide to conducting research from start to finish. A chapter-by-chapter reading acquaints the user with all the ins and outs of using the business library. Contents include the following chapters: Getting to Know the Library, Strategies and Tools for Locating Materials, Strategies and Types of Materials, Books to Locate Books, Indexes to Periodical Literature and Reports, Databases and Database Searching, Databases and Database Vendors, Specific Sources of Business Information, and Business Research and Reports. Also included are three indexes -- Author/ Title, Organization and Association, and Subjects.

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This newly revised and updated edition (formerly titled How To Use the Business Library), the first in 12 years, is a key to timely and relevant business information. Written by two marketing ... Read full review


Strategies and Tools for Locating Materials
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