The Business Library has a large collection of books on accounting topcs, most of them around the HF5625 call number range. Use the OskiCat catalog to search for books by keyword, subject heading, author, title, and more.
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Background information on over 200 countries. Updated monthly, reports include political, historical, and economic information.
Authoritative and annotated information sources for basic information on countries around the world. Information is compiled by Library of Congress researchers is freely available without a login.
Look here for information about the governments, economies, and peoples of countries around the world.
A reference guide to economic and business conditions in 51 countries. Includes practical information such as local tax rules, IP, permits, etc.
Reports on finance, operating conditions, investment opportunities, and more for 45 countries
In addition to the databases listed below, see these resources for information about global markets:
IEBM encyclopedia of marketing
Michael J. Baker (editor).
HF5412 .I32 Reference
World Market Share Reporter
Market shares of products and companies worldwide in pie charts and percentages. Indexed by brand, company name, product and SIC code.
HF5410 .W67 Reference
The reference titles below may help you understand new concepts.
Business & Industry
Eurostat European Economic, social, business, and environmental data for the European Union and its member states, as well as major trade partners. The economy (national accounts, prices and wages, balance of payments, international trade in goods, environment, science and technology, sectors and enterprises (business structures at a glance, industry and construction, distributive trade, financial markets, transport, tourism, energy), and agriculture, forestry, and fisheries. Appendixes include a glossary, geonomenclature, classification of economic activities, classification of commodities, and a list of abbreviations and acronyms.
Global Financial Database All manner of stock and economic data
International Financial Statistics (IFS) By the International Monetary Fund. Monthly, quarterly, and annual statistics going back to 1948. Primarily dealing with banking, finance, and money statistics in a time series, it also includes population, economic/financial, income, GDP, production, consumption, government expenditures, export/import, balance of payments, etc. for IMF member countries.
Lexis-Nexis Statistical Statistics from governments, non-governmental agencies, United Nations agencies, regulatory agencies, as well as trade and professional associations. For reports and data not available electronically: record numbers prefixed with SRI are on microfiche and are filed in cabinets across from the Reference Desk in Long Library, while those that are prefixed with ISS and ASI are housed at in Doe Library.
World Bank Reports and World Development Indicators Social, environmental and economic development statistics and reports.
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