Goizueta graduates have free remote access to an outstanding suite of research databases for personal enrichment.
Business Chronicles and Books of Lists (e.g. Atlanta Business Chronicle) provide digital PDF of each city’s weekly business chronicle and book of lists including company rankings. You may also download the app.
Business Source Alumni includes over 1,500 business magazines and academic journals, covering marketing, management, accounting, and finance.
Wall Street Journal offers discounted access, effective for 2020 GBS Graduates.
Business Book Summaries feature substantive (4500 word) audio and PDF summaries of the best business books, including classics and new releases.
AtoZ Databases: Target Company Lists offer customizable target lists built from 30M US business profiles. Limit your list by geography, industry, employee size and more; then download your list to Excel.
Wall Street Oasis includes access to their Company Database, Video Library, and Private Equity Prep Package covers over 5000 firms with interview insights and compensation data.
Value Line includes rankings, commentary and forecasts for over 1,700 stocks in 98 industries, as well as economic and stock market forecasts.
First Research provides industry backgrounders covering over 200 industries.
Global Data focuses on disruptive technologies that are going to affect companies and industries 3-5 years from now; and also covers technology companies and deal transactions and analysis.
Marketline profiles companies, industries and countries; Company profiles include SWOT analysis for the top 1000 companies, and industry profiles include a five forces analysis.
Richard K. Miller Market Research Handbooks are an excellent starting point for consumer markets; they include market forecasts, sector trends, and statistics.
It is illegal to use Emory library databases for your company.
Emory database licensing agreements allow alumni usage for personal enrichment and career research.
In partnership with the Alumni Career Services, the Business Library offers customized research assistance to alumni who are job hunting or changing careers.
- Personal consultations with a Business Librarian are available by appointment; request one here.
Includes on-campus access to additional databases specific to your job search.
Questions about registering? Email eaa <at> emory <dot> edu
Emory alumni chapters meet across the U.S. and internationally.
Use advanced Google search strategies and think about where information lives.
Remember to consider the best practices and pitfalls for conducting credible research.
Comply with your company’s licensing terms for subscription databases.
Don’t plagiarize! Remember your ethical and legal copyright obligations; cite all sources you use in your presentations and reports.
Alumni are welcome to visit the library and check out books.
Alumni may also make an appointment to check out a laptop for use within the business library to access a limited set of databases licensed for alumni use on-campus.
Emory Libraries also licenses for walk-in access to a limited number of databases; most relevant to business are the academic journals.
Many public libraries subscribe to Overdrive and other eBook platforms. All you need is your free library card.
Does your local library subscribe to Overdrive eBooks? Just Google [your county name public library overdrive] to find out. Availability at nearby local libraries include: