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Business Research

Business Resources at Emory Libraries

Emory Libraries licenses many of the databases that are essential for your business research. This guide will help you be more self-sufficient and confident in undertaking the business research process. Are you...
  • writing a business plan or preparing for a pitch?
  • researching a company and its competitors for an interview or class project?
  • curious about specific industries, such as markets, trends, and financial performance?
  • looking for articles or books about enhancing your leadership skills or team effectiveness?
  • identifying global business statistics, such as country indicators or industry data?

List of Business Databases@Emory

Business Research Database Blog Series
Read about many of these databases, their content, how to best use them for class projects and interview prep.
In the Goizueta Business Library blog, search: business research database blog series to see all the published blogs.

Proper Use of Emory Libraries' Licensed Databases

Emory Libraries license electronic resources (e.g. databases, ejournals, ebooks, etc.) only for academic use by current Emory University faculty, students and staff. This means you can only use them for your coursework, career exploration and personal enrichment.

You are strictly forbidden from:  1) using databases for employers or internships; 2) providing direct access to anyone at these or other organizations; and 3) sharing soft or hard copies of any reports, articles, spreadsheets, data, etc. from Emory's licensed resources. Breach of this may result in vendors’ canceling access, and Emory students/individuals possibly facing disciplinary action for non-compliance with Emory’s Honor Code.

Additionally, you must always accurately cite all content used.  For guidelines for correctly citing sources in your decks or bibliographies, see theGBL Citation Guide for papers and the GBL Citation Guide for PowerPoint presentations.