The Library has set up a trial to Zephyr from Bureau van Dijk until 22nd September.
Zephyr provides comprehensive M&A data with integrated detailed company information.
You will find the link to Zephyr and details of the trial here http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/using/practicalinfo/eaccess/trials/
You will be able to link Zephyr data through to Fame and Amadeus, and link Financial and Company Data from Fame and Amadeus through to Zephyr
Did you know that you can use the business databases at the University of Warwick Library to help you with your job search and interview preparation?
I have written a blog post for the University of Warwick’s Study Blog which has all of the details of how to get ahead
New Euromonitor data is now available on Passport: globally cross-comparable Business Taxes
The following categories of data are now available:
Number of Tax Payments
Time Spent to Pay Taxes
Total Tax Rate:
Labour Tax and Contributions Rate
Profit Tax Rate
Other Tax Rates
From the Category Tree select
-Ease of doing business ranking
Total Tax Rate
Passport provides access to internationally comparable statistics and data as well as full-text market reports and insightful comment from expert industry and country analysts.
Passport can be accessed via Encore http://encore.lib.warwick.ac.uk/iii/encore/record/C__Re1000180 .
You will need your IT username and password to log in.
Researchers seeking statistics from the 2011 UK Census now have a portal providing free and open access – InFuse, an online tool that allows users to build queries and extract the data they need.
The latest release of aggregate statistics from the UK 2011 Census through InFuse includes multivariate data for England and Wales down to the output area level of geography from the third, fourth and fifth releases of 2011 Census aggregate statistics from the Office for National Statistics. InFuse makes it quick and easy for the user to find and download information for places of interest across the UK and it is free of charge.
Improvements to other Census Support tools – changes have also been made to another data access tool, Casweb, allowing any user to have open access to the UK Data Service back catalogue of aggregate data from the 1971, 1981, 1991 and 2001 Censuses.
The Library has recently acquired online access to The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management
Navigate around the Encyclopedia in a number of ways:
- Browse the A-Z list of entries
- Browse by themes (All entries have been grouped by classification)
- Search by keyword, title or author
What is significant about The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management?
- The first substantial reference work providing a comprehensive overview of the field
- Full global geographic coverage with over 520 contributors from 30 countries
- An exemplary resource for students, teachers, scholars and practitioners wishing to understand the central ideas and issues of this new and developing discipline
What does The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management provide?
- Comprehensive coverage of core themes, concepts and leading individuals
- Clear and concise definitions of headwords, and explanations of core terms and mechanisms
- A balance between the theoretical (emerging theories and concepts) and the empirical/practitioner-oriented sides of strategic management
- Entries written by some of the most cited and lauded authors in the field, including the 2009 Nobel Laureate Oliver Williamson
- Entries available in PDF and ePub formats
(taken from Palgrave Macmillan)
Access the Encyclopedia here http://encore.lib.warwick.ac.uk/iii/encore/record/C__Rb2703773 You will need to log in with your Warwick IT username and password.
I have compiled a list of freely available websites containing publications, research and datasets which you may find useful when completing assignments and projects:
Bank of England
The Bank compiles and publishes a range of monetary and financial statistics and research.
Bank for International Settlements
Publications and data on the global financial system and central bank community
City of London Research Publications
The City of London publishes free economic research publications covering City issues.
CORDIS is the European Commission’s contains information on all EU-funded research projects
US company filings
Detailed statistics on the EU.
International Monetary Fund
Publications and data from the International Monetary fund
London Stock Exchange
Statistics from the London Stock Exchange
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
UK’s largest independent producer of official statistics is the recognised national statistical institute for the UK.
Principal Global Indicators
The PGL dataset provides internationally comparable data for the Group of 20 economies (G-20) and economies with systemically important financial sectors that are not members of the G-20.
Quandl offers free access to datasets
UK National Statistics
Data on economy, population and society at national and local level. Summaries and detailed data releases are published free of charge.
United Nations Development Programme
Research and publications from the UNDP
Statistics and publications from UNCTAD; the United Nations body responsible for dealing with international trade
Warwick Industrial Relations Research Unit
Publications and research from the IRRU at Warwick Business School http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/wbs/research/irru/publications/
World Bank Open Knowledge Repository
The World Bank’s official open access repository for its research outputs and knowledge products.
World Economic Forum
The World Economic Forum publishes reports which examine global issues
City Business Library (CBL) – London
The City Business Library (CBL) is a public library providing business information which is free to access.
The UK Data Service (formerly ESDS) now provides data from UK Government business surveys, available to UK academic researchers – registration is free. If you have not used the UK Data Service before, see information for New Users on the home page, and guides from the link to “Use Data”. You will find business microdata if you select “Get Data”, then “Business Microdata”. This includes productivity data from the Annual Respondents’ Database, plus the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings, the UK Innovation Survey and more! Some of the microdata may be restricted to research students and staff only, for commercial reasons. The UK Data Service also provides a lot of international socio-economic data from the World Bank, ILO, IMF and other organisations, free for all to download.