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Resources for GBA 523
Management & Leadership in a Global Society
Fall 2004

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Library Online Catalog

Library Online Catalog


The following databases are available on campus and from home. Your LIU username and password will provide access from off campus.

These databases will provide many full-text articles about all business topics including company and industry information.

ABI/Inform Global (ProQuest)


The ProQuest databases provide a wealth of information in full-text articles. Use the Advanced Search to locate articles by specific company and/or subject heading.

Business & Company Resource Center


Use Advanced Search to locate company information, history, and many current articles.

General BusinessFile


Produced by the same company as the Business & Company Resource Center, this database provides similar information in a somewhat different format.


The Conference Board

Databases-Business Research

This is a searchable database of full-text research reports on the latest issues in business management and U.S. and global economics. Economics material includes economic indicators and analysis and forecasts of regional, national, and international economic conditions Full-text coverage from 1995 to date.

Business and Management Practices


Contains online articles about the practical aspects of business management. Provides real-world know-how that focuses on how organizations make and implement decisions, develop and launch new strategies, and plan for change. Includes case studies and "how-to" articles. Searches for business concepts, industries, and specific departments within an organization. Includes: benchmarking planning, best practices, business plans, corporate culture, expansion, long range planning, quality control, reengineering, resources case studies and guidelines, technology.

American Management Association

American Management Association

A global not-for-profit, membership-based association that provides a full range of management development and educational services to individuals, companies and government agencies worldwide.

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