Articles you need not at MIT?
Use the Interlibrary Borrowing Service to order articles and other items not available at MIT.
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Getting started - BartonPlus
- Business Source Complete - for management topics
- Compendex/Inspec - for engineering and related topics
- Web of Science or Scopus - for searching across many disciplines, includes data on who has cited the paper
Books & Theses
- Barton - MIT Libraries catalog
- MIT Theses - includes links to electronic copies of theses in DSpace@MIT
- Dissertations and Theses (other universities) - citations of theses back to 1861. Full text of most theses from 1997 - present.
- Vera - MIT Libraries Gateway. Search Vera for the title of the journal you want.
- Mergent Intellect - Looking for Hoover's? Use this instead!
- Lexis-Nexis Company Dossier - international + US companies
- OneSource - searchable directory of millions of public and private U.S. and international companies
- Thomson One - international + US companies. Includes analyst reports.
MUST USE INTERNET EXPLORER. Copy http://libraries.mit.edu/get/thomsonone into IE browser.
- EIU Country Intelligence - political, economic, & business climate for 200+ countries
- Global Market Information Database (Passport GMID) - consumer data for 200+ countries
- World Development Indicators - demographic & infrastructure data on 200+ countries
- Business Monitor - reports on 30+ industries in 100+ countries
- IBISWorld Industry Reports - detailed industry reports for US, China
- EMIS (formerly ISI Emerging Markets) - reports & data on Asian, Latin American, African, Middle Eastern countries
- Factiva - international & U.S. newspapers, trade publications
- LexisNexis Academic - international & U.S. newspapers, trade publications, legal information
Manage your references
Use these tools to help you organize and cite your references:
Quick Answers: social sciences and management
Quick Answers: social sciences and management provides answers to frequently asked questions. This tool replaced the Dewey Research Advisor.
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