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Take a look at the various blog posts we’ve done recently about the many publishing sources and content providers ProQuest offers business customers.

-- According to a recent survey conducted by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at Arizona State University, deans of 60 U.S. business schools rate Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal as the highest quality providers of business and economic coverage in the U.S., followed closely by The Economist magazine. Click here to read more: “Quality business publications are just a click away, with ProQuest”

-- With the recent Statement on HBR Pricing and Access from Business Reference and Services Section (BRASS) of the American Library Association, and the flurry of responses it has generated, some of our customers have asked if articles in ProQuest can be used to support teaching and course work. The good news is, yes they can. Click here to read more. “ProQuest Supports Course Work!”

-- When we asked researchers what types of resources they used in addition to scholarly journals, we received over 550 completed surveys that showed some fascinating trends. Click here to read a whitepaper we developed based on this data: “The importance of non-journal resources to the business researcher”

To visit our “What Researchers Need” landing page, click here.

To review all of our business databases and resources, and request a free trial, click here

25 Feb 2014

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