The databases listed here are key resources for management and allied subjects: they provide the full-text for many thousands of journals. Some include other types of information such as books, market research reports and conference papers.
Usually it's best to use the Library Catalogue to find books, however some of our books are purchased as discrete collections which you can search or browse.
`High quality academic journals are found across a range of Library databases and journal subscriptions including Business Source Complete, Emerald, JSTOR, and Science Direct. It's recommended that you use the databases for searching across a wide cross section of journals. However, on occasion, you may want to limit your search to the highest ranked journals in your field. The following sources enable you to find out which journals fall into this category.
These library databases index literature from across a range of subjects. You might find them useful if your research spans a number of disciplines.
Reuters Top News
Reuters Top News is available via Thomson One: a real-time global news service covering business, markets, politics and economics news tailored by industry and region. In Thomson One, choose 'market view' to open Reuters top News.
Thomson One only works with the Internet Explorer browser and it only functions fully in compatibility view mode. Access this mode as follows: go to Tools menu (see the cog) and then choose Compatibility View Settings.
Financial Times via ABI/Inform
Access to the Financial Times (without registration) from 1996 onwards with a 30 day embargo.
You need to register to use FT.com - please use your University of Bath email address.
Financial Times via Nexis
Access to the FT from 1982 onwards with a 30 day embargo.
1. Connect to Nexis. Select the Sources tab.
2. Select the Find a Source option. Enter Financial Times. Select the Go button.
3. Select the Financial Times (London) from the list of sources. Select the OK-Continue button.
4. The Financial Times then appears in the list of Selected Sources within the Power Search.