Business; economics; journal articles; company information
Find journal articles in scholarly and business journals. The database also includes case studies, working papers, country economic reports and extensive company information such as SWOT analyses. Self-teaching: Tutorial videos, Business Source Complete
The Web of Science by Clarivate Analytics contains references of international journal articles from all scientific disciplines.
It includes data from four citation indexes:
- Science Citation Index (SCI): 1945 - present
- Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI): 1956 - present
- Arts & Humanities Citation Index (AHCI): 1975 - present
- Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI): 2015 - present
Citation indexes offer a unique search method to find later-published journal articles, in which a publication is cited. Coverage: weekly updates Self-teaching modules: Web of Science - concise, Web of Science platform LibGuide Related: Journal Citation Reports
Economics; bibliography; links to books & journal articles
The American Economic Associations electronic bibliography. Find references to books, reviews, selected book chapters and journal articles in all fields of economics.All publications are indexed by JEL codes. The system is used to classify articles, dissertations, books, book reviews, and working papers in EconLit, and in many other applications. For descriptions and examples, see the JEL Codes Guide. Self-teaching: Tutorial videos
Find articles providing a brief overview on various business topics, providing insight in the implication for businesses or doing business. Articles usually include a description of various viewpoints, a glossary of terms and concepts, a bibliography and a suggested reading list. Written by experts in the fields of business, law, political science, psychology and economics.
RUQuest is a search engine for the collection of the RU University Library, Nijmegen, and for collections of other libraries worldwide. RUQuest contains printed and digital books, periodicals, journal articles, book chapters and more. Full text publications can be opened by clicking 'View full text'. Tutorial: RUQuest
The NSM Library Team offers data workshops (free of charge) for students and staff of the Radboud University.
Euromonitor Passport is an integrated market information database, which allows for extensive market research and analyzing trends for up to 210 countries. Compare statistics on industries, countries or regions and consumer data. Passport also offers industry, country, consumer and company reports. Passport comprises of the following parts: industries, economies, consumers, companies and analytics. Our subscription includes full industry and city data. Data, charts and reports can be exported in various formats; create your own profile to save customized datasets within Passport. Coverage: at least 15 years, with 5 year forecasts (depending on the subject) Please note that the use of Euromonitor Passport is explicitly restricted to staff and students of Radboud University.
FactSet contains a wealth of data on (mainly listed) companies worldwide. Use FactSet e.g. to obtain company financials, company profiles, stock data and data on financial and money markets. FactSet also offers specific modules to create datasets for e.g. Mergers & Acquisitions, IPOs and other events. A wide range of macro-economic indicators is available as well.
FactSet consists of a webversion, a desktop version and and Excel plugin. FactSet software is installed on all student terminals in EOS and the Central Library. You can also install the software on your own device, in order to use FactSet off-campus.
In order to use FactSet you need a personal account. This account can be requested through the NSM Library Team. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and student e-mail address. Please note that it can take more than a week before FactSet has processed your request. After requesting an account you will receive an e-mail from the NSM Library Team with more information. Handout Event studies in FactSet & Eikon, 21 Feb./5 Mar. 2019 Handout Finding macroeconomic & sector data 25 Feb/15 Mar 2019 Handout Financials & equities in FactSet & Eikon 28 Feb/12 Mar 2019
The Orbis database contains financial and business information on about 200 million companies worldwide, based on annual reports. Use Orbis especially to gather data on private (non listed) companies and ownership structure. The web-based interface enables you to build a customized dataset and filter on specific variables, or to compile a detailed report on an individual company. Some basic charting, analyzing and reporting tools are available, and the datasets can be exported to Excel. Orbis also provides company board and compensation details, information on mergers and acquisitions, business news and rumours. Coverage: the last 10 years (3 – 5 years for financial institutions); daily updates. Historical updates are available dating back as far as 1996, also for patent information. Access: Contact the NSM Library team for further information on and access to these files (email@example.com). Self-teaching: Introduction to Orbis interface (video)
Zephyr is a database especially designed for performing event studies and tracking business rumours. Analyse events and deals like Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A), Initial Public Offerings (IPO's) and equity announcements by criteria or import a predefined set of deals. Please note, Zephyr data is included in Orbis, Orbis Bank Focus and M&A Research Catalyst. Coverage: 1997 – present; updated daily
Reliable and tested macroeconomic data. Statistics and indicators are available with regard to a wide range of themes such as education, health and nutrition, and poverty. The data is especially relevant for making comparisons of countries or regions. Time-series data per country is also available. You can go directly to the various indicators as well. Please note, a wide range of Worldbank data is also included in Eikon.
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