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Google Scholar

Easiest way to find scholarly articles is Google Scholar. The problem? Being asked to pay for content that you may have access to through the library. The solution? Use the link below. It will allow you to authenticate through your mycalstatela identit and automatically link to libray content when it is available

Not sure about something?

As a student it's not unusual to come across terms, concepts or ideas that are either vague or alltogether unknown to you. One of the best sources of general business information, especially definitions of concepts is Investopedia.com. Next time you come across a ratio or finance formula or marketing terms that's unknown to you, try it out.

Business Literature Databases

 

  • ABI/Inform Global
    Great source of peer reviewed/scholarly articles related to business and academic business topics. Also includes magazines and trade press as well dissertations and reports.
  • Business Source Premier
    Like ABI/Inform, a core business database for literature reviews and finding scholarly articles. Includes popular and trade press as well.
  • Gale Virtual Encylcopedias
    Use this database to get background information and overviews of topics. Like Wikipedia but authoritative, credible and can be cited.
  • RefWorks
    Refworks can be a time and aggravation saver. Use it to create reference pages and in text citations. If you are ever asked for a group code it is rwcsulosangeles.

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Portable MBA

Great E-book that can fill in the gaps or refresh your knowledge regarding most business concepts. Excellent chapter on business analysis and valuation of companies as well as good information regarding all functional areas (marketing, strategy, accounting, financce, cis etc.)

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