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International Business: 6800 205: Home

About this Guide

This guide was created for students in international business courses. Here you will find research advice and links to specialized information resources needed for completing assignments, including papers and projects. Most of these specialized resources are subscription databases provided by the University Libraries and OhioLINK, and require a UAnet ID and password to access them. They contain an enormous amount of proprietary information that cannot be retrieved using a search engine.

For a summary of current services and basic resouces provided by the University Libraries click the link below: 

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Jeffrey Franks

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Effective International Business Research

Effective international business research requires a comprehensive investigation of the cultural, demographic, economic, industrial, and religious aspects of the countries you are addressing in your research.This guide is your one-stop-shopping experience for your International Business course research. The special pages for researching countries, companies, and industries, as well as business etiquette in other cultures and global diversity, contain live links to library subscription databases and open source websites from various agencies and organizations concerned with global business and culture. It also contains advice on citing sources, avoiding plagiarism, and writing a research paper.