Welcome to the Business and Management subject pages.  This guide highlights the key resources for your subject area, and the key services and facilities available from the Library.

Your Librarian is Carolyn Mustard. Carolyn can help you find the resources you need for your research, and advise you on how best to reference them.

Email: c.mustard@abertay.ac.uk

Tel: 01382 308891

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Journal collections/databases

The key resources for your subject area are:

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Websites - sources of freely available reports, papers, books etc

Key websites for your subject area include: 

  • BBC News. Business: The BBC business news site brings you the latest business news, provides up-to-date market data and information on the economy, companies and e-commerce.
  • BIS. The website of the Department for Business Innovation and Skills.
  • Biz/ed. A Web site for students and educators in business studies, economics, accounting, leisure, sport & recreation and travel & tourism.
  • Biznar. Live federated search from Deep Web Technologies covering 60 business collections.
  • Open Knowledge Repository. World Bank Institutional Repository offering free open access to their research outputs and knowledge product.
  • Quandl. Over 7 million financial, economic, and social datasets.

Case studies

  • MIT Sloan Teaching Innovation Resources. MSTIR is a collection of free teaching materials, including case studies, industry notes, and management simulations. 
  • The Journal of Business Case Studies. Published quarterly the Journal of Business Case Studies provides free access to case studies and their solutions for teaching and research purposes. Topics include accounting, business law, economics, ethics, finance, management, marketing, and related fields.
  • New York Times case studies. A collection of SME case studies. Includes suggestions from readers and a follow up on what the business owners decided to do.
  • Times 100 case studies. Case studies based on key elements of business studies curriculum using real information from companies.
  • World Business Council for Sustainable development. Case studies illustrating how businesses work to integrate sustainable development into their business activities.

Evaluate your sources

Remember, when deciding which resources to use for your research, ask yourself the following questions:

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Other resources and support