Useful applications to help you collect, organize and manage the sources you use in your research. They will also help format the citations in your research papers.
This guide is intended to help students get started with business-related research. The tabs above and the categorized links on the left are intended to lead you to the best sources we offer that are focused on narrower topics. The top two resources in business research are ABI/Inform and Business Source Complete. Please contact John Tombarge with any suggestions you have for this guide.
The leading index and abstracting service for accounting and business topics, and many articles are available in full-text. ABI also provides full-text articles from the Wall Street Journal since 1984. Abstracting coverage begins with 1971.
Business Source covers business journals, magazines, and newspapers. About 7,000 publications, over 2,000 of which are peer-reviewed journals, as well as other resources, including financial data, books, monographs, major reference works, conference proceedings, case studies, investment research reports, industry reports, market research reports, country reports, company profiles, SWOT analyses and more.
Recent Faculty Publications
Recent publications by the Business Administration Department faculty (See all W&L faculty publications)
Subtitled The Ultimate Guide to Style, Grammar, Punctuation, Usage, Construction, and Formatting, this 2010 volume is divided into three sections: advice on the writing process; an alphabetical arrangement of over 300 entries on grammar, style, spelling, etc; and over fifty sample business documents.