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Starting points:

  • Biographical information:
    • Great American Business Leaders of the 20th Century. From the Harvard Business School.
    • Ref HC29 .I57  - International Directory of Business Biographies
    • Ref HD6054.4 .U6 K753 2004 - Encyclopedia of American Women in Business
    • Ref HD2358.5 .U6 E53 2006 - Encyclopedia of African American Business
    • Ref HB76 .W47 1986 - Who's who in economics : a biographical dictionary of major economists, 1700-1986
  • Encyclopedias/dictionaries
    • Ref HG151 .B36 2010 The Palgrave Macmillan dictionary of finance, investment and banking
    • Ref HF3021 .H67 2009 Historical encyclopedia of American business
    • Ref HF1001 .S348 2009 The American Heritage dictionary of business terms
    • Ref HF1373 .P75 2009 The Princeton encyclopedia of the world economy
    • Ref HD30.4 .A16 2008 21st century management
    • Ref K1004.6 .O88 2008 Dictionary of international business law
    • Ref HG151 .D54 2008 A dictionary of finance and banking.
    • Ref JA61 .E513 2011 - Encyclopedia of Political Economy
    • Ref HB61 .E66 2004 - An Eponymous Dictionary of Economics : a Guide to Laws and Theorems Named after Economists
    • Ref HB61 .N49 2008 - The New Palgrave. A Dictionary of Economics
    • The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History
    • Ref HB 171.A19 2010 - 21st Century Economics
    • Ref HC106.8 .O47 2000 - Handbook of United States Economic and Financial Indicators
    • Dictionary of Finance and Investment Terms
    • Ref HG151 .N48 1992 - The New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance
    • Financial History of the United States
    • Ref HG2563 .H235 2005 - The Federal Reserve System: An Encyclopedia
    • Ref HB235 .U6 V358 2005 -The value of a dollar : colonial era to the Civil War, 1600-1865
    • Ref HB235 .U6 V35 1994 - The value of a dollar : prices and incomes in the United States, 1860-1989
    • Ref HB3730 .B38 2005 - The Secrets of Economic Indicators
    • Ref HF5387 .E53 2008 - Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society
    • Ref HD30.15 .B455 2005  - The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management
    • Ref HG 4501.M59 (yr) - Handbook of Common Stocks
    • Ref HG 4009.B58 2010 - The Blue Pages. A Directory of Companies Rated by Their Politics and Practices.
    • Ref HF 5681.B2R6 (yr) - Financial Ratio Benchmarks

Drew Databases for business and economics:

access fromElectronic Resources by Title

  •  LexisNexis Academic -  access Hoovers company reports, news articles from major national and international papers, hundreds of regional and local papers, biographical information and more.
  •  Business Source Premier - access Datamonitor company reports, industry and trade publications, scholarly articles and more.
  •  EconLit -  the premier database for scholarly articles related to economics.
  •  Academic Search Premier - large, interdisciplinary database with information about companies, people, industries and more.
  •  JStor - Provides full text access to older issues of over 300 scholarly journals.
  •  ProQuest Direct -  large, interdisciplinary database with information about companies, people, industries and more.
  •  Sociological Abstracts- social behavior surrounding economic issues and business activities.
  •  PsycINFO -  psychological behavior involving economic behavior.
  • See also:

E-Journals at Drew for Business and Economics OR search for keyword in a journal title:

  • Go to E-Journals at Drew.
  • Use the drop down menu to find "Title contains all the words" and type in keyword such as wall street OR money OR investing _OR _stocks,  etc.
  • Click Search.
    Key business journals/newspapers accessible via E-Journals at Drew
  • Barron's
  • Business Week
  • The Economist
  • Entrepreneur Magazine (access at
  • Financial Times
  • Forbes
  • Fortune
  • Harvard Business Review
  • New York Times
  • Wall Street Journal


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