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Over 2500 US and international news sources. Coverage: 1980-current (depending on title)
30,000 newspapers and other news sources from 200 countries, in 28 languages. Coverage: 1980-current (depending on title)
Access to the full-text of many news, business, and legal resources. Coverage: 1980-current (depending on title)
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Finding Journal Articles
Google Scholar - free resource which can be linked to MIT libraries for full text and cited references
- Web of Science - engineering, social science and management topics / also finds papers by cited reference searching.
- ABI/Inform - Find articles from major business publications and trade publications
- Scopus - a direct competitor to Web of Science. Index to science, social science, and engineering research journals. Includes cited reference searching
- Compendex - covers engineering research journals. Also includes Inspec, for electronics, computing, robotics research.
Selected Research Resources
- Orbis - Information on public and private companies worldwide. Research individual companies, or screen for companies meeting certain financial, geographic or operating criteria.
- D&B Hoovers - Directory of 20+ million U.S. and international companies. Includes latest news and analysts reports.
US Government Information
- Fitch Connect - Industry sector, economic, political and company research on various countries. Includes political and economic risk analysis, and regulatory reports
- IBISWorld Industry Reports - US, China, some global
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.
Original, authoritative reports on newsworthy social and political issues covering topics in public policy, law, civil liberties, international affairs, economics, health, education, the environment, technology, and more
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