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Executive MBA (EMBA): Databases

EMBA research guide.

Databases

Search for articles in databases by keyword or subject.

Databases for Newspaper & Magazine Articles

  • Business Source Complete – Access to 2,230 active full-text journals and magazines.
  • ABI/INFORM Complete – Access to 1,000s of full-text journals, dissertations, and working papers, as well as trade publications.
  • NexisUni – Access to new, business and financial data.

Databases for Scholarly Journal Articles

Search market research.

Search for company information.

  • Nexis Uni – Search for financial information, analyst reports, mergers and acquisitions, SEC filings, and more.
  • PrivCo – Private company information for predominantly U.S. firms.
  • EDGAR – SEC filings.

Search for U.S. industry classifications.

Search for dictionaries and encyclopedias.

Dictionaries

Encyclopedias

Learn a Language

  • Mango (NYPL) – Learn languages through conversations, movies, and other exercises.
  • Duolingo – Learn a language by translating web pages.

Learn a Skill

  • Lynda.com (NYPL) – Includes over 5,700 courses (and over 180,000 videos).

Search for career resources.

Search for statistics.

  • Statista – Access to over one million statistics and facts.
  • UNCTAD Statistics - More than 150 indicators and statistical time series essential for the analysis  of:  trade, economic trends, population and more.
  • UNData – Contains over 60 million data points cover a wide range of themes including Agriculture, Crime, Education, Employment, Energy, Environment, Health, HIV/AIDS, Human Development, Industry, and more.
  • World Bank: Global Consumption Database – Data on household consumption patterns in developing countries.
  • World Bank Open Data – Maintains a number of macro, financial and sector databases.
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