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Introduction to literature searching

An introduction to searching for literature for students of business and economics will be taught as part of the course “Aktuelle Themen der Ökonomie” every spring semester.


Guided tours and training courses for students at the FHNW School of Business

We offer guided tours and training courses for students of the FHNW School of Business:

 

  • Guided tour through the library
  • Introduction to literature searching
  • Database training courses

Please get directly in touch with us.


General training courses

All training courses offered by the University Library.


Consultations

Academic search guidance for members of the University:

 

  • Help with searching on specific topics
  • Use of subject-specific databases
  • Help with search strategies

 

Please get directly in touch with us.


Business and economics – general
  • Lexicons, encyclopaedias, (language) dictionaries
  • Address books, directories, information points, studies, research
  • Bibliographic databases
  • The most important journals
  • Statistical yearbooks, country statistics, economic and social statistics, statistical databases
  • Biographies

National economics - general

  • Lexicons, encyclopaedias
  • Textbooks (duplicates, to some extent), introductions, handbooks
  • Bibliographic databases
  • The most important journals
  • Publications by international organisations (OECD, IMF, World Bank, EU, etc.)

National economics – individual subjects

  • Economic theory
  • Economic polics
  • Economic growth, economic development
  • Financial markets
  • Public finances
  • Foreign trade, world economy
  • Economic order, economic structure
  • Environmental economics
  • Economic sectors (including agriculture, energy industry, banking, transport, healthcare) and economic fields (focus on Switzerland)

Business administration - general

  • Lexicons, encyclopaedias
  • Textbooks (duplicates, to some extent), introductions, handbooks
  • Bibliographic databases
  • The most important journals
  • Business Journals
  • Factual databases (companies, sectors, markets)

Business administration – individual subjects

  • General management (also practice-oriented literature)
  • Planning, controlling, accounting
  • Quantitative methods
  • Marketing
  • Corporate finance
  • Organisation, personnel, management
  • Business informatics
Faculty of Business and Economics

The University Library Business and Economics provides all library services for research and teaching at the Faculty of Business and Economics: selection and acquisition of subject literature in printed and electronic format, indexing in the catalogue, database access, training courses, etc.

  • If you need specific literature for your research, you may request it from the subject librarian Caroline Huwiler
  • The subject librarian also orders literature which you have specified to your students as being compulsory or recommended reading
  • The subject librarian offers training courses on request

 

Please caroline.huwiler@clutterunibas.chget directly in touch here.

 

Further information can be found in the Merkblatt für Dozierende (PDF, 0.1MB).
A Library Commission regulates the cooperation between the faculty and the library (Reglement der Bibliothekskommission (PDF, 0.1MB).


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