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Accounting, Business and Economics Research Guide

Databases and Indexes

General Reference Sources


  • AMA Management Handbook (REF HD 31 .A418 1994)
  • Dictionary of Business and Management (REF HF 1001 .R79 1993)
  • Business Plans Handbook (REF HD 62.7 .B865 1995)
  • Business: The Ultimate Reference (REF HD 38.15 .B87 2002)
  • Dun's Regional Business Directory (REF HG 4058.C55 D86)
  • Encyclopedia of American Industries (REF HC 102 .E53)
  • Encyclopedia of Business (REF HF 1001 .E466 1995)
  • Encyclopedia of Leadership (REF HD 57.7 .E53 2004)
  • Encyclopedia of Small Business (REF HD 62.7 .H553 1998)
  • Million Dollar Directory (REF HF 5035 .M54)
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook (REF HD 8051 .A62 )
  • Plunkett's Entertainment & Media Industry Almanac (REF PN 2289 .P57)
  • Plunkett's Sports Industry Almanac (REF GV 716 .P58)
  • RMA Annual Statement Studies (REF HG4965 .R6)
  • Sports Market Place Directory (REF JD 9992 .U5 S667)
  • Standard & Poor's Industry Surveys (REF HG 4961 .S7)
  • Statistical Abstract (REF HA 202 .A38)
  • 21st Century Management: A Reference Handbook (REF HD 30.4 .A16 2008)
  • The Ultimate Book of Business Gurus (REF HD 30.3 .C725 1998)
  • US Industry and Trade Outlook (REF HC 101 .U54)
  • Value Line Investment Survey (REF HG 4501 .V26)
  • Guide to Economic Indicators (REF HC 103 .F9 2000)
  • Great Economists before Keynes (REF HB 76 .B54 1988)
  • Great Economists since Keynes (REF HB 76 .B55 1998)
  • The New Palgrove: A Dictionary of Economics (REF HB 61 .N49 1987)
  • Survey of Social Science. Economics Series (REF HB 61 .S94 1991)

Recommended Web Sites

  • Accounting Terminology Guide- The New York State Society of CPAs General Committee on Public Relations prepared this glossary as an educational tool for journalists who report on and interpret financial information.
  • American Accounting Association - The American Accounting Association is an organization extablished in 1916 to promote accounting education, research, and professional development.
  • Financial Accounting Standards Board - Serving the investing public through transparent information resulting from high-quality financial reporting standards, developed in an independent, private-sector, open due process.
  • Public Company Accounting Oversight Board- A private-sector, non-profit corporation, created by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, to oversee the auditors of public companies.
  • Tax and Accounting Sites Directory- A searchable collection of links pertaining to tax and accounting information.
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