- criminal justice
- substance abuse
Online resource which covers
- Australian debt capital markets
- secured financing
- takeovers and assets
- conflict of law
- consequences of corporate financing
Established in London in 1888 the Financial Times is now one of the of the world’s most authoritative daily business newspapers covering:
- international politics
- personal finance
Fully searchable complete back catalogue.
Over 800 aminated presentations with narration in:
- Global Business
- Marketing Management
- Marketing Tools
Quarterly statistics on a quarter of the country’s 31 provinces and autonomous regions, and monthly real estate market information on 70 cities and a monthly housing sales price index.
Annual data starting in 1997, monthly starting in February 2001, quarterly data starting in the first quarter of 2001, with annual (seasonal and monthly) updates.
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trial ends 13 September 2014
Contains trade catalogues, sell sheets, printed lists, promotional materials and ephemera produced by companies in several core industries in Manufacturing and Transportation throughout the nineteenth century.
It allows a researcher to examine issues such as the development of machinery, changing tastes and styles in furniture and cars, the History of Marketing and Management, and the correlation between progress in technology and national identity.
trial ends 19 September 2014
Publications and archives of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), the world-leading independent international affairs policy institute founded in 1920 following the Paris Peace Conference.
The Institute's analysis and research, as well as debates and speeches it has hosted, can be found in this online archive, subject-indexed and fully searchable. Topics include
- busniess and trade
- international economics, finance and investment
- health and population
Module 2 of the archive provides access to additional material from The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, London. Module 2 is integrated with Module 1 (1920-1979) which is held by the Library.
trial ends 19 September 2014
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Free blog from the Financial News newspaper featuring data, reporting, and opinions about developments in the financial industry.
A curated snapshot of the best finance news and commentary.
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