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- Compendex/Inspec - for engineering and related topics
- Web of Science - searches just the top tier peer-reviewed journals in each discipline
- Scopus: Covers nearly 22,000 titles from over 5,000 publishers, of which 20,000 are peer-reviewed journals in the scientific, technical, medical, and social sciences (including arts and humanities).
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E-journals and Databases
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- Orbis - Contains information on public and private companies worldwide. It can be used to research individual companies, or to screen for companies meeting certain financial, geographic or operating criteria
- D&B Hoovers - searchable directory of millions of public and private U.S. and international companies
- Fitch Connect - reports on 30+ industries in 100+ countries. Industry sector, economic, political and company research, including political and economic risk analysis.
- IBISWorld Industry Reports - detailed industry reports for US, China
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- Nexis Uni - international & U.S. news sources, trade publications, legal information
- Global Newsstream - international & U.S. news sources
- Factiva - international & U.S. news sources, trade publications
Congressional Research Reports
The Congressional Research Service (CRS), a federal legislative branch agency located within the Library of Congress, serves as shared staff exclusively to congressional committees and Members of Congress. CRS approaches complex topics from a variety of perspectives and examines all sides of an issue. Staff members analyze current policies and present the impact of proposed policy alternatives.
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