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An overview of what's new in Business and Economics at the Giblin Eunson Library
Last Updated: Oct 12, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Featured Databases

Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR)
Data archive of more than 500,000 items in 16 specialized collections of data including:

  • education
  • aging
  • criminal justice
  • substance abuse
  • terrorism

Australian Corporate Finance Law Online

  • Australian debt capital markets
  • secured financing
  • takeovers and assets
  • conflict of law
  • consequences of corporate financing

Henry Stewart Talks – Marketing & Management Collection
Over 800 aminated presentations with narration in:

  • Finance
  • Global Business
  • Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Marketing Tools
  • Organizations
  • Sales

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Trial databases & online resources

The Australian Privacy Law Handbook

Detailed guide to private and public (federal and state) privacy laws, and managing privacy and data security risks. Includes

  • annotated privacy principles
  • extensive practical commentary in the context of specific practices, 
  • technologies and industries
  • privacy case reports and 
  • comprehensive listings of guidelines
  • information sheets and other resources published by federal and State privacy commissioners

trial ends 3 November 2014

Database Trial - Caribbean Newspapers, Series 1, 1718-1876

The largest online collection of 18th- and 19th-century newspapers published in this region. This unique resource will prove essential for researching

  • colonial history
  • the Atlantic slave trade
  • international commerce
  • New World slavery 
  • U.S. relations with the region

trial ends 6 November 2014

Database Trial - Nineteenth Century Collections Online

Nineteenth Century Collections Online is a multi-year global digitization and publishing program focusing on primary source collections of the long nineteenth century. This trial offers access to three archives within NCCO:

Asia and the West : Diplomacy and Cultural Exchange

  • British and U.S. foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Asian political, economic, and social affairs
  • the Philippine Insurrection
  • the Opium Wars
  • the Boxer Rebellion
  • missionary activities in Asia

British Politics and Society

  • British domestic and foreign policy
  • the working class
  • trade unions
  • Chartism
  • Owenism
  • public protest
  • radical movements
  • political reform and education

Europe and Africa : Commerce, Christianity, Civilization, and Conquest covers the two key themes of Exploration, military, and missionary activities; and Economic and political imperialism in Africa in the last quarter of the 19th century. 

trial ends 24 October 2014

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Featured Websites

Slate Money - podcast - new!

A roundup of the week’s most interesting business news.


The Daily Reckoning - Australia

Commentary on the Australian economy, markets and politics and how events affect money, assets and investment strategy.

The Tally

Free blog from the  Financial News newspaper featuring data, reporting, and opinions about developments in the financial industry.

Reuters Counterparties

A curated snapshot of the best finance news and commentary.


Angry Bear

Half a dozen professionals, including a tax law expert, a historian, PhDs in economics, business consultants and financial professionals provide perspectives on the financial world. Topics include world trade, industrial production, U.S. Government programs, and major regulatory issues.

Open Economics Working Group

Open Economics best practice, the development and maintenance of low-cost, community-driven projects, legal, regulatory and technical standards.

Ross Gittins blog

Ross Gittins is economics editor of The Sydney Morning Herald and an economic columnist for The Age.


digitalbuzz blog

Featuring the latest digital ad campaigns, hot new websites, interactive marketing ideas, virals, industry news, social media, insights, and other great digital trends from all over the world.


New, analysis, jobs board for Australia's media and marketing and entertainment industries


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