This library guide is organized based on the frequently asked business question categories. Browse through those categories above to identify database and other source recommendations. Or browse a list of databases by subject.
While on campus, you will have access to many of Syracuse University Libraries' online business resources.
Once you leave campus, you may have access to business research resources via your local public library or statewide library consortium.
You will also have access to the following Emerald resources for one year from the start of your program:
- Emerald Management eJournals Premiere Database
- Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies
- Business, Management and Economics Titles
- Social Science Titles
To access the Emerald resources, login at http://www.emeraldinsight.com. Login instructions are below.
See below for a printer-friendly overview of the research resources available to you while you are on campus and after you leave campus.
Please contact Stephanie McReynolds if you have any questions, would like help with locating local business research resources, would like business research guidance, or are having trouble logging in to Emerald.
Quicklinks to Library Databases for Business
SU Libraries subscribes to dozens of databases with business information. To help you get started, here are quick links to a short list of the more frequently recommended starting points.
Business & Management Librarian
Wall Street Journal
What is RSS?
RSS is a great way to "subscribe" to your favorite online content. While it's most frequently used as a way to keep up on blog reading, more and more websites are featuring RSS capabilities on their sites as a way to feature new content. Some databases also allow you to RSS a specific set of search terms, so if you're doing research over a period of time, you can be "alerted" to new articles that fit your criteria.