A huge variety of sources are required when studying Management. We've arranged them below by type - several business databases serve more than one purpose, so may appear in more than one list below. Don't forget the tab above linking to the Data Practical Guide, where we've assembled a large number of resources sorted into Search Engines, UK & EU Datasets, International Datasets and Data Handling.
Search for more academic material related to Management and Business, such as journal articles, peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports.
When you use a campus-networked PC, Google Scholar will automatically link to the University of York library catalogue and display articles where we have full-text access. When off campus, you will need to select University of York Library in the Settings option (under Library Links).
If you're able to travel to London, at their St Pancras site the British Library have a Business and IP Centre. As well as being an excellent facility with expert advice, they have access to databases such as Factiva, and have been collecting their own market insights for more than 30 years. Due to licensing restrictions their e-resources can't be accessed remotely, so you'll need to be in the building to use them. More info can be found on their website: bl.uk/business-and-ip-centre.
The York Management School has its own subscription to the Financial Times, which includes the most recent 30 days. This is accessible to Management students and staff via the VLE. Below are options available for all students, including the historical archive of the newspaper.
See all of our newspaper subscriptions in one place via the E-resources guide.
SAGE Research Methods exists to help social science researchers and students with their projects, consisting primarily of a collection of e-books with supporting dictionary articles, journal entries and videos.
Created by the scholarly publisher SAGE, the Research Methods collection covers all aspects of research principles and design and analysis, from hypothesis formation and literature searching to evidence-gathering and drawing conclusions.
SAGE Research Methods will help you:
Each publication in the SAGE Research Methods collection is also linked from YorSearch.
To access Sage Research Methods click on the link below.
|All of the online data collections which the Library subscribes to are listed on the E-resources Guide Datasets and Statistics list.|