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Resources for Business and Economics Graduate Students

Research tools and resources for graduate students

Resources for Professional Development & Entertainment

  • SAGE Research Methods Videos includes hours of tutorials, interviews, video case studies, and mini-documentaries covering the entire research process. Find videos made with expert researchers from leading research institutions, your favorite SAGE authors, great teachers, and more.

This is a link to this page: https://go.gmu.edu/news

Here are a few subscriptions that you may want to use:

Wall Street Journal, the full subscription! New!-The how-to guide is here, with everything you need to know. https://infoguides.gmu.edu/WSJOnline 

Washington Post and Wall Street Journal  browse through by date and read the editions, or search all of it back to 1984.

The Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post are also searchable in the Factiva database.

You can also go to the Factiva News Pages and read today’s (and two weeks’ worth) of both of those, plus several other national papers.

The Financial Times (FT.com) is available through Proqest from 2001-. There is a one month embargo.

These are the recommended news databases-

Cancel your Netflix account!
(see the full video database list here)

Create!

 

Visit  The Scholarly Productions @ the Research Commons Lab to learn more-

The mission of the Scholarly Productions @ the Research Commons Lab is to provide point of need assistance for scholars in disseminating their research, regardless of format.  Our goal is to create self-sufficient scholars who are able to apply best practices in design and research presentation to their work.

For general help with a research poster or project, schedule an appointment with a staff member below. For help with a specific software, please email us at sparc@gmu.edu so we can schedule you accordingly.

SP@RC offers free research poster printing through a partnership with OSCAR, the printer has occasional technical difficulties that could result in a delay, please schedule your appointment with ample time ahead of your conference or class.