IBUS 701 (Int’l Bus)IBUS 710 (Bus in China)     Academic     Research       from        the    KU Libraries               ...
Find this slideshow on the Dissertation Research Blogfrom Regents Center Library on the KU’s Edwards Campushttp://disserta...
Looking for business articles?Find a business database
KU Libraries http://www.lib.ku.eduSelect: Articles & Databases
Avoid usingthe QuickSearch forArticles. Lookfor aspecializeddatabasefocusing onyour subject ofinterest.
Advanced Search
AdvancedSearchChina &Economic &ReformSU SubjectDate Limit
PrintEmailFolderCiteExportPermaLinkShareExercise: find thissame article usingthe citation:E-Journals from KULibraries home...
FindingE-journalsat the Libraries
KU Libraries http://www.lib.ku.eduSelect: Articles & Databases
by title     OR     by alphabetical     letter
Search by keyword ORbrowse by date
Business Database   ABI/InformProvides abstracts of articles on business andmanagement from U.S. and international profess...
Back to the Libraries Homepagehttp://www.lib.ku.edu                          If you know                          the name...
Boolean searching is like “AdvancedSearch” and can be used in mostdatabases and searches. Itenables the searcher to custom...
Only anabstract?            Find full text?
A full text copy is right here fromSpringerLink. Select Article  Remember you can always find  full text.
Wall Street Journal?        YES
http://www.lib.ku.edu                        Libraries Home                        Click on W                        WSJ i...
Search bykeyword, etc.or click on adate.
Search theWall StreetJournal bykey word.
These two articles arenot exciting so I went tothe “Suggested Topics”and found more articles,see next slide. . .
Sort by date orby relevance
Select “Request . . .”
We have looked at:Business SourcePremierABI/InformBoolean searching:(china OR chinese) AND econom* AND reformE-journals at...
How about a really good18min video?Yes?
Search:             China economic reformhttp://www.ted.com
Searching library databasesthrough Google ScholarHow?
ed   u          .   lib .ku.      /wwwhttp:/
We have looked at:Business SourcePremierABI/InformBoolean searching:(china OR chinese) AND econom* AND reformeJournals at ...
SomeWebsitesfor you to look up
Department of State                      47
http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/                                    48
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Global Edge
globalEdge :http://globaledge.msu.edu/GlobalEdge is a web portal providing asignificant amount of information aboutinterna...
Select: China Select: Corporations                                     52
World Bank
www.worldbank.org                    54
CIAThe World Factbook
All of these                                                               websites have                                  ...
Comparis        on of wo                rld oil prod                            uction
That about wraps it up!Questions?Xtra Credit?Ok, look at these ;-)
. China Business Information Center at http://www.export.gov/china/index.asp. US Commercial Service—China page -- http://w...
Oh, here is JohnStratton! He is thebest for businessresearch. Really, thebest! jstratton@ku.edu
Questions about this presentation?Lissa Lord llord@ku.eduRegents Center Library, Edwards CampusORJennifer Mellenbruch jmel...
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  • Find this slideshow on the Dissertation Research Blog from Regents Center Library on the KU’s Edwards Campus http://dissertationresearch.blogspot.com AND SlideShare.net save presentations to SlideShare for access from anywhere http://www.slideshare.net/lissalord/business-in-china-12213867
  • If you know the name of a database go ahead and click on the letter: A for ABI/ Inform
  • Avoid using the Quick Search for Articles. Look for a specialized database focusing on your subject of interest.
  • Business source premier This database provides full text from more than 7,400 scholarly business journals (over 1,100 are peer-reviewed) and periodicals covering management economics, finance, accounting, international business and more. Business Source Premier contains full text from the world's top business journals and is particularly strong in both management and marketing, including Harvard Business Review and California Management Review. The database also holds country economic reports from the EIU, DRI-WEFA, ICON Group and CountryWatch. Business Source Premier contains expanded indexing and abstract backfiles for 300 top scholarly business journals dating back to 1965, or the first issue published (whichever is more recent). Additional full text, non-journal content includes market research reports, industry reports from Datamonitor, country reports, company profiles and SWOT analyses.
  • Search terms: China AND Economic AND Reform
  • Be sure to select “Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals” for your graduate work and limit the number of results by date (if you want fewer). You can then sort by date or relevancy.
  • Exercise: find this same article using the citation: E-Journals from KU Libraries homepage. http://lib.ku.edu International Journal of Management, Vol.29 No. 1 Part 2 Mar 2012
  • ABI/INFORM Provides abstracts of articles on business and management from U.S. and international professional publications, academic journals, and trade magazines, and regional business publications. Full-text articles are available for a significant portion of journals indexed. The subscription includes access to ABI/INFORM Dateline, Global, Trade & Industry, and Archive.
  • If you know the name of a database go ahead and click on the letter: A for ABI/ Inform
  • Boolean searching is like a manual “Advanced Search” and can be used In most databases and searches. It Enables the searcher to customize. (china OR chinese) AND econom* AND reform*
  • This is the article I want. Note the “46 references” the author has used for the article. These could enhance your research of the subject.
  • If the article you want has only an abstract (summary) look for ways to get full text. “Get at KU” is your top choice.
  • DOI10.1007/s11127-010-9747-x  The Digital Object Identifier is a numerical address for an article which is being used instead of the URL which can often change. DOIs are stable. In the address line of the browser type: DOI10.1007/s11127-010-9747-x China's evolution toward an authoritarian market economy—a ... www.springerlink.com/index/H654W38Q00XKM316.pdf by YE Zhang - 2012 - Related articles DOI 10.1007/s11127-010-9747-x . China's evolution toward an authoritarian market economy—a predator–prey evolutionary model with intelligent design ...
  • These two articles are not exciting so I went to the “Suggested Topics” and found more articles, see next slide. . .
  • Get at KU when you get the “Sorry . . .” message. Don’t give up, you can always get full-text . . . 99% of the time, anyway. Click on Request a copy from Interlibrary Loan
  • WebRetrieve is the library service of getting you the article you need by means of finding the article (that KU Libraries does not have) somewhere else and reproducing it. You will receive a link to the full text PDF copy of the article in your email within 24 to 48 hours.
  • The system populates the form upon request (you don’t have to type in the journal information yourself).
  • globalEdge : http://globaledge.msu.edu/ GlobalEdge is a web portal providing a significant amount of information about international business, countries around the globe, US States, news, and industries.
  • Researching within the Worldbank for information on China and information policy—archiving
  • All of these websites have search windows to get you closer to where you want to be. AND most, like the World Factbook, have Apps for your phone or tablet. Don’t forget to bookmark your sources for a closer look later.
  • Selection: Guide to Country Comparisons: Oil Production
  • Oh, here is John Stratton ! He is the best for business research. Really, the best! [email_address]
  • International Business Research

    1. 1. IBUS 701 (Int’l Bus)IBUS 710 (Bus in China) Academic Research from the KU Libraries Lissa Lord llord@ku.edu April 2, 2012
    2. 2. Find this slideshow on the Dissertation Research Blogfrom Regents Center Library on the KU’s Edwards Campushttp://dissertationresearch.blogspot.comANDSlideShare save presentations to SlideShare for access from anywherehttp://www.slideshare.net/lissalord/business-in-ch
    3. 3. Looking for business articles?Find a business database
    4. 4. KU Libraries http://www.lib.ku.eduSelect: Articles & Databases
    5. 5. Avoid usingthe QuickSearch forArticles. Lookfor aspecializeddatabasefocusing onyour subject ofinterest.
    6. 6. Advanced Search
    7. 7. AdvancedSearchChina &Economic &ReformSU SubjectDate Limit
    8. 8. PrintEmailFolderCiteExportPermaLinkShareExercise: find thissame article usingthe citation:E-Journals from KULibraries homepage.http://lib.ku.edu
    9. 9. FindingE-journalsat the Libraries
    10. 10. KU Libraries http://www.lib.ku.eduSelect: Articles & Databases
    11. 11. by title OR by alphabetical letter
    12. 12. Search by keyword ORbrowse by date
    13. 13. Business Database ABI/InformProvides abstracts of articles on business andmanagement from U.S. and international professionalpublications, academic journals, and trade magazines,and regional business publications. Full-text articles areavailable for a significant portion of journals indexed.The subscription includes access to ABI/INFORMDateline, Global, Trade & Industry, and Archive.
    14. 14. Back to the Libraries Homepagehttp://www.lib.ku.edu If you know the name of a database go ahead and click on the letter: A for ABI/ Inform
    15. 15. Boolean searching is like “AdvancedSearch” and can be used in mostdatabases and searches. Itenables the searcher to customize.
    16. 16. Only anabstract? Find full text?
    17. 17. A full text copy is right here fromSpringerLink. Select Article Remember you can always find full text.
    18. 18. Wall Street Journal? YES
    19. 19. http://www.lib.ku.edu Libraries Home Click on W WSJ is on the next page with the Ws.
    20. 20. Search bykeyword, etc.or click on adate.
    21. 21. Search theWall StreetJournal bykey word.
    22. 22. These two articles arenot exciting so I went tothe “Suggested Topics”and found more articles,see next slide. . .
    23. 23. Sort by date orby relevance
    24. 24. Select “Request . . .”
    25. 25. We have looked at:Business SourcePremierABI/InformBoolean searching:(china OR chinese) AND econom* AND reformE-journals at KU LibrariesWall Street JournalWebRetrieve
    26. 26. How about a really good18min video?Yes?
    27. 27. Search: China economic reformhttp://www.ted.com
    28. 28. Searching library databasesthrough Google ScholarHow?
    29. 29. ed u . lib .ku. /wwwhttp:/
    30. 30. We have looked at:Business SourcePremierABI/InformBoolean searching:(china OR chinese) AND econom* AND reformeJournals at KU LibrariesWall Street JournalWebRetrieveTed.comGoogle Scholar
    31. 31. SomeWebsitesfor you to look up
    32. 32. Department of State 47
    33. 33. http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/ 48
    34. 34. 49
    35. 35. Global Edge
    36. 36. globalEdge :http://globaledge.msu.edu/GlobalEdge is a web portal providing asignificant amount of information aboutinternational business, countriesaround the globe, US States, news, and 51industries.
    37. 37. Select: China Select: Corporations 52
    38. 38. World Bank
    39. 39. www.worldbank.org 54
    40. 40. CIAThe World Factbook
    41. 41. All of these websites have search windows to get you closer to where you want to be. AND most, like the World Factbook, have Apps for your phone or tablet. Don’t forget to bookmark your sources for ahttps://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/ closer look later. 56
    42. 42. Comparis on of wo rld oil prod uction
    43. 43. That about wraps it up!Questions?Xtra Credit?Ok, look at these ;-)
    44. 44. . China Business Information Center at http://www.export.gov/china/index.asp. US Commercial Service—China page -- http://www.buyusa.gov/china/en/. Global Edge--http://globaledge.msu.edu/ibrd/ibrd.asp -- Click on Multi-country. Country Analysis Briefs/From the Department of Energy --http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/cabs/contents.html. Foreign Government Resources on the Web -- http://www.lib.umich.edu/govdocs/foreign.html. Governments on the Web -- http://www.gksoft.com/govt/en/. China.org.cn -- http://www.china.org.cn. Emerging Markets subject guide (Yale University) --http://guides.socialsciencelibraries.yale.edu/emergingmarkets. National Bureau of Statistics of China -- http://www.stats.gov.cn/english/index.htm. China Today -- http://www.chinatoday.com/general/a.htm -- Note the link INVESTMENT & STOCK. Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in the United States/ Economic and. Commercial Counsellor’s Office… --http://us2.mofcom.gov.cn/index.shtml. Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China -- http://english.mofcom.gov.cn/index.shtml. Federation of International Trade Associations—China Business Guide
    45. 45. Oh, here is JohnStratton! He is thebest for businessresearch. Really, thebest! jstratton@ku.edu
    46. 46. Questions about this presentation?Lissa Lord llord@ku.eduRegents Center Library, Edwards CampusORJennifer Mellenbruch jmellenbruch@ku.eduRegents Center Library, Edwards Campus
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