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Academic Search Complete (EBSCO)
Multi-disciplinary database providing indexing and abstracts for over 10,900 journals and other publications. Includes full-text access to over 5,000 scholarly, peer-reviewed journals, as well as indexing and abstracts for general interest and news magazines, trade/industry periodicals, monographs, reports, and conference proceedings. Contains PDF content going back as far as 1867, with the majority of full text titles in native (searchable) PDF format. Full text not provided within the database by EBSCO may be located using the always-available UC-eLinks.
Access Asia Company Reports (via ISI Emerging Markets)
Provides in-depth analyses of Chinese multinationals and large companies that are leaders in their markets. Reports include market and industry statistics and forecasts, and company SWOT analyses. Acessible as a component of ISI Emerging Markets (please see entry below).
Access Asia Market Research Reports (via ISI Emerging Markets)
Full-text market research reports on consumer products and services in China and Hong Kong, accessible as part of ISI Emerging Markets (please see entry below).
Access World News (NewsBank)
Full-text coverage of more than 1500 sources worldwide, including 650 in the U.S. (of which more than 130 are California newspapers, some of which are not covered by either Factiva or LexisNexis Academic.) For the U.S., Canada, U.K., Australia, and other English-speaking countries, the coverage is primarily newspapers. For the rest of the world, wire services and BBC newspaper digests provide most of the news.
American FactFinder (Census Bureau)
Demographic and economic profiles for all regions of the United States. Available data sets include the 2010 Decennial Census of Population & Housing; the American Community Survey; Annual Population Estimates; the 2002 Economic Census; the Annual Survey of Manufactures; and Nonemployer Statistics. Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) - Detailed Tables provides the greatest range and variety of demographic variables.
Associations Unlimited (Gale Cengage Learning)
See Encyclopedia of Associations (Gale Directory Library), below.
The Bank Regulatory Database (WRDS) connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS)
Accounting data for bank holding companies, commercial banks, savings banks, and savings and loan institutions.
Comprehensive, lengthy market research reports covering major economic, scientific, and technological developments in industrial and advanced manufacturing (Business-to-Business), pharmaceutical, and high technology organizations. UCLA subscribed categories are: Advanced Materials; Biotechnology; Chemicals; Energy and Resources; Food and Beverage; Healthcare; Instrumentation and Sensors; Pharmaceuticals; Plastics; and Semiconductor Manufacturing. Browse report categories, or search reports by keywords, exact phrase matches, and more. BCC Research, LLC, a private market research firm, was founded in 1971 and is headquartered in Wellesley, Massachusetts.
Best Practice Database
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Provides benchmarking data and other strategic research, originally commissioned by Fortune 500 clients and the like, on real life "best practices" in such areas as customer service, sales and marketing, human resources, operations, knowledge management, and the Internet and e-business.
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Provides detailed financial and marketing data for some 16,000 lines of business in 300 national and local markets throughout the U.S. Find industry financials and ratios by keyword, industry group, or by industry classification code number (SIC or NAICS), or simply drill down to an industry or segment. Types of available reports include Industry Financial Profiles (both 3- and 5-year versions, covering 2005-2009); U.S. Market Research Reports; Local Market Research Reports (U.S. states and 250 metro area markets), Micro Firm Profit & Loss Profiles (startup or sole proprietorship industry profit-loss and cash flow analysis); Regional Business Profiles (any U.S. county, metro area, or state); Competitive Market Analysis (analyzed down to the ZIP Code level); and Franchise Comparison Reports, showing chain-specific franchisee sales, failure rates, employment, and more, for more than 500 chains.
Blockholders Database (WRDS) connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
Standardized data for blockholders of 1,913 companies (1996-2001).
NOT ACCESSIBLE REMOTELY - Available within the Bloomberg Lab (Rosenfeld Library Room E3.05) on seven workstations -- Account creation and continuing access requires an Anderson Network logon -- Bloomberg use is limited to current UCLA Anderson School students, faculty, and staff.
Cellphone use is permitted in the Bloomberg Lab to contact the Bloomberg Help Desk.
Provides real-time and historical financial market data and economic data, analysis, and news worldwide. Covers global securities markets, including equities, money markets, currencies, municipal securities, corporate/Euro/Sovereign bonds, commodities, mortgage-backed securities, derivatives and government securities, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, and audio and video interviews and presentations by key players in business and finance. Data may be downloaded to Excel via the Applications Program Interface (API). See the 2-page Instant Guide to Bloomberg Commands. Also, print copies of the Bloomberg Login Instructions and the Getting Started Guide for Students (February 2012 edtion) are also available to use at the terminals in the Bloomberg Lab.
Note: Current UCLA Anderson students and faculty may also use a Bloomberg terminal available in the office of the Master of Financial Engineering (MFE) Program.
Business Expert Press Digital Libraries
Fully searchable collection of more than 75 current business-related e-books written by experts for non-experts. Subject areas include marketing, human resource management, entrepreneurship, small business management, public relations, consumer behavior, business ethics, and more. Browse all individual titles owned by UCLA here, in the UCLA Library Catalog. For up-to-date, detailed title-by-tile information, browse the publisher's 2010 Digital Library, 2011 Digital Library, and 2012 Digital Library sites.
Business Monitor Online
Also known as Business Monitor International. Industry data, analysis, and forecasts for 24 major sectors in markets worldwide; emerging markets are emphasized, but key developed markets, such as the United States, are also covered. Also a major resource for political, business, and economic risk data and analysis.
Business Source Complete (EBSCO)
Comprehensive business articles database covering more than 8,500 scholarly, professional, and trade periodicals in all areas of business. Also includes books, case studies, Marketline company and industry profiles, conference proceedings, country reports (from Countrywatch, EIU, Going Global, IHS Global Insight, and others), market research reports, SWOT analyses, profiles of the most-cited authors, and more. Sole electronic resource for full text Harvard Business Review, California Management Review, and other major business periodicals. The Enhanced Business Searching Interface , an even more powerful and specific search engine for Business Source Complete, provides easy access to content by known publisher names, publication titles, and publication formats. Full text not provided within the database by EBSCO may be located using the always-available UC-eLinks.
Capital IQ (Standard & Poor's) Requires Registered Account and Current Anderson Network Account
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Profiles and financial data for more than 2.8 million U.S. and international public and private companies; investment firms; hedge funds; relationships among firms and people; biographical and contact data; mergers & acquisitions activities; venture capital/private equity data; securities data; regulatory filings; corporate news.
• Anderson School Students Currently Enrolled in Degree-Granting Anderson School Programs:
Capital IQ Account Request Form for Students
Important Note: As of September 4, 2012, current UCLA Anderson School students must submit this form whether requesting a new Capital IQ account for the first time, or requesting an account again as a 2nd- or 3rd-year student (accounts are deactivated June through August).
• Anderson School Faculty or Staff: Capital IQ Account Request Form (Faculty and Staff Only)
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Requires Registered CB Insights Account and Current Anderson Network Account
New (first-time) Users: Create your own account (including your own password), to be used each time you access CB Insights. Account username must use Anderson School email address only; example: firstname.lastname@ anderson.ucla.edu [student email addresses include graduation year]
Private equity, venture capital, and angel investment database that provides both historical and daily real-time information about VC- and angel investor-backed startup companies, venture capital companies, angel investors and their interests, private company financing deals, incubators, related mergers and acquisitions transactions, and more, in the United States and abroad. Search and screen by funding round or amount, location, name, industry, and many more criteria. Coverage is 2000 to current. Also provides data-driven reports and analyses related to venture capital, private equity, and angel investments, including an in-depth quarterly Venture Capital Activity Report. (Please note that academic subscriptions do not include the "Industry Analytics" module.)
CBOE (Chicago Board Options Exchange) Volatility Index® (WRDS) connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
The Volatility Index® (VIX®) is a key measure of market expectations of near-term volatility conveyed by S&P 500 stock index option prices. VIX® was introduced in 1993 by Professor Robert E. Whaley of Duke University in his paper "Derivatives on Market Volatility: Hedging Tools Long Overdue," Journal of Derivatives 1 (Fall 1993), pp. 71-84. Since then, VIX® has been considered by many to be the world's premier barometer of investor sentiment and market volatility.
CCH IntelliConnect (Commerce Clearing House/Wolters Kluwer)
Provides access to primary law (including state, federal, and international taxation) and CCH analysis on such legal/business topics as Antitrust & Trade Regulation, Banking, Corporate Governance, Human Resources, Intellectual Property, Pensions and Benefits, Products Liability, Securities, Government Contracts, and much more.
CEIC Asia Data (ISI)
Provides thousands of downloadable time-series of macroeconomic data for China, Japan, India, and 15 other Asian countries ('Global Database') and some non-Asian countries ('Daily Database'), including the USA. Concept coverage includes national accounts, production and productivity, sales, orders, inventories and shipments, construction and properties, government finance and debt, labor market, consumer, inflation, monetary, interest rates and FOREX, investment, price, tourism, economic surveys, transport and telecommunication, financial and capital markets, etc.
Chinese Companies and Products (Wangfang Data)
Current information on companies and products of China, including company profiles (both public and private companies), products, capitals, revenues, profits, contact details, and Web sites. Default search screen for Chinese language can be reset to the English-language search screen.
CIAO: Columbia International Affairs Online
Comprehensive coverage of theory and research in international affairs, including global economics. Provides full texts, from 1991 to current, of working papers, occasional papers of Non-Governmental Organizations, conference proceedings, books, journal articles, policy briefs, case studies, course packs, and more.
Compendex (Engineering Village 2)
Comprehensive bibliographic database of scientific and technical engineering research covering all engineering disciplines. Click on UC-eLinks buttons in records to link to online full text (when available). To focus business-related searches, use LIMIT BY article Treatment Types "Economic" or "Management aspects." Also: look up the terms "commerce," "economics," "finance," and "industry" in the Compendex online "Thesaurus" to identify additional business-specific indexing terms and keywords. For additional tips, see the UCLA Science & Engineering Library's One-Minute Guide to Compendex. Full text not provided within the database itself may be located using the always-available UC-eLinks.
Compustat Capital IQ - People Intelligence (WRDS) (Access: select Compustat > Capital IQ > People Intelligence) connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
Coverage (1998-2011) for over 4.5 million professionals and more than 2.4 million people globally, including private and public company executives, board members, and investment professionals. Each profile includes contact details, biography, education, job functions and titles, board memberships, compensation, insider activity, and options holdings. Compensation coverage: Summary = 1998-2011; Detailed = 2002-2011.
Compustat EMDB (Emerging Markets Database) (WRDS) connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
Standard & Poor's Emerging Markets Database (EMBD) covers 53 markets and more than 2,200 stocks in developing countries.
Compustat North America (WRDS) connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
Standard & Poor's database providing more than 300 annual and 100 quarterly Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Statement of Cash Flows, and supplemental data items on more than 24,000 publicly-held companies.
The Conference Board's Research Online Collection
Full-text research reports on issues in business management and U.S. and global economics. Includes studies of Fortune 500 companies on business trends, leadership decisions, performance excellence, ethics and corporate governance, HR, productivity, CRM ,and more. Economics material includes U.S. and global economic indicators and analysis, and forecasts of regional, national, and international economic conditions.
Consultants and Consulting Organizations Directory (Gale Directory Library)
Comprehensive directory of more than 25,000 U.S. and Canadian consulting firms and independent consultants/experts who serve business, industry, and government. Searchable by keyword, geography, company and/or personal names, Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code, and more. Volumes currently available online through the UCLA Library's subscription: 33rd edition (issued 2009/10), the 35th (2010), and the 37th (2012). The Rosenfeld Management Library also owns print editions (call number HD 69 .C6 C647) for 1973-2008.
CRSP - Center for Research in Security Prices (WRDS) connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
Security price, return, and volume data for the NYSE, AMEX, and Nasdaq stock markets. Earliest data starts at December 1925.
CRSP/Compustat Merged (WRDS) connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
Numeric database that simplifies matching COMPUSTAT financial data to the CRSP security price data.
CRSP Survivor-Bias-Free US Mutual Fund Database (WRDS) connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
For researching the historical performance of open-ended US mutual funds, using survivor-bias-free data. Includes a history of each mutual fund's name, investment style, fee structure, holdings, and asset allocation. Also: monthly total returns; monthly total net assets; monthly/daily net asset values; dividends; schedules of rear and front load fees; asset class codes; and management company contact information. Data items begin at varying times between 1962 and 2003, depending on availability. Updated quarterly and distributed with a quarterly lag; currently updated through March 31, 2008 (August 2008).
CRSP/Ziman Real Estate Data Series (WRDS) connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
Includes all real estate investment trusts (REITs) that have traded on the NYSE, AMEX, and NASDAQ exchanges since 1980; contains series of indices based on all REITs and subsets of REITs based on REIT type and property type; contains underlying individual security information for the indices; identifies changes in REIT status for the universe of publicly-traded REITs. Represents a collaboration between the UCLA Anderson Richard S. Ziman Center for Real Estate and the Center for Research in Security Prices at the University of Chicago.
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Global numeric database with millions of time series for financial instruments, securities, and indicators, covering more than 75 countries and 60 markets worldwide, with 30 years or more historical depth for some series. Rosenfeld Library licenses a limited number of accounts, and our license does not include every item you might read about in Datastream.
The Deal Pipeline (The Deal, LLC)
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Upgraded and expanded successor to The Deal.com. Provides continuously updated news coverage and analysis for mergers & acquisitions, venture capital, private equity deals, hedge funds, initial public offerings (IPOs), bankruptcies, and business auctions. Major "real-world" source for hard-to-find information about private companies and middle-market deals. Also includes access to statistics, searchable archives, bankruptcy League Tables, and more.
Direction of Trade Statistics (IMF eLibrary)
For most member countries of the International Monetary Fund, current and historical figures on the value of merchandise exports and imports disaggregated according to the countries' most important trading partners. Data is available from 1980 onwards annually, quarterly, and monthly. Area and world aggregates showing trade flows between major areas of the world are also presented.
Directory of American Firms Operating in Foreign Countries
Standard, authoritative source of information on American companies (multinationals) which have branches, subsidiaries, or affiliates located outside the United States, in over 190 countries. Includes chief executives, foreign officers, products/services, and all necessary contact information. Updated daily. A component of Uniworld Online.
Directory of Foreign Firms Operating in the United States
Standard, authoritative source of information on foreign-owned businesses (non-American multinationals) in 82 countries which have branches, subsidiaries, or affiliates located within the United States. Includes chief executives, foreign officers, products/services, and all necessary contact information. Updated daily. A component of Uniworld Online.
Dissertation Abstracts International (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses A&I)
Indexing and abstracting for doctoral dissertations and master's theses; includes full text of University of California dissertations. To find UCLA Anderson School dissertations, search by School name/code("University of California, Los Angeles") AND Subject heading (all) ("management"). Bound hard copies of UCLA Anderson School dissertations are shelved on the 4th floor of the Rosenfeld Library, along the southeast corner walls, at call number location LD 791.9 .M18 ______.
DMEF - Direct Marketing Educational Foundation (WRDS) connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
Four numeric datasets representing the buying history for 100,000+ customers of major catalog and nonprofit businesses.
Dow Jones Averages (WRDS) connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), the Dow Jones Transportation Average (DJTA), and the Dow Jones Utility Average (DJUA).
Online version of The Journal of Economic Literature. Bibliographic citations, with selected abstracts, to the international literature on economics since 1969. Access full-texts of articles and working papers, and other finding information, through UC-eLinks.
Economic Research. Federal Reserve Bank, St. Louis (FRED® Economic Data)
Download, graph, and track at least 55,000 economic time series of regional and national financial and economic data from some 44 providers, including U.S. and international governmental, non-governmental organization, and private (corporate and commercial) sources. Also access data tools, full-text publications, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis working papers, and more. ("FRED" = Federal Reserve Economic Data)
EDGAR (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commision)
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission filings and forms (annual Form 10-Ks, Prospectuses, Proxy Statements, and much more), in full-text from 1994 to current. A Full-Text search screen, with an Advanced Search mode, is also available. ("EDGAR" = Electronic Data Gathering Analysis and Retrieval)
eIFRS - Electronic International Financial Reporting Standards (International Accounting Standards Board)
Provides the full texts (in English, French, German, Spanish, Greek, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Slovak, and Japanese) of international financial reporting standards released by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), and editorial corrections from 1997 forward. Also included: IASB Updates, IFRIC Update, IASB Insight, IFRIC drafts, exposure drafts, discussion papers, near final drafts, educational materials, IFRIC Due Process, revised and amended standards and other documents.
EIU Country Commerce (Economist Intelligence Unit)
Guides to the specific operating conditions, commercial laws, and business regulations in more than 50 countries (including the United States). Updated annually.
EIU Country Finance (Economist Intelligence Unit)
Covers financial institutions and services, banks and banking systems, capital markets, operating conditions, tax laws, and investment opportunities in the world's 45 principal financial markets (including the United States). Updated annually; sometimes more frequently.
EIU Country Reports (Economist Intelligence Unit)
Sociopolitical and economic outlooks for 200 countries (including the United States). Updated monthly.
Electronic Journals at UCLA
"Does UCLA have electronic access to this journal/magazine/newspaper/periodical?" Look for journals by exact journal name or words in the name of the journal, or browse journal names A-Z, or browse for journals by subject. Tip: You can also find this same information by looking up the journal in the UCLA Library Catalog.
IT industry information, news, data, trends, numbers, and analysis for anything and everything online or digital, and a key resource for user demographics and consumers and e-commerce. Coverage: both United States and international.
Indexing and abstracting--very little full text--of academic and professional literature in the fields of management, library & information management, and engineering.
Please Note: UCLA does not license most of the content covered within Emerald Fulltext. For the most part, full text is available for publication years 2003-2006 only.
Encyclopedia of Associations (Gale Directory Library)
Both individual directory title access and cross-searching for the 2012 editions of the Encyclopedia of Associations (National Organizations of the U.S.), International Organizations, and U.S. Regional, State, and Local Organizations. Entries provide addresses (virtual and earthbound), other contact information, and detailed descriptions for more than 135,000 industry and trade associations, professional societies, labor unions, cultural and religious organizations, and other groups of all types. Searchable by keyword, geography, organizational and/or personal names, Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code, and many more indexing options. Also known electronically as Associations Unlimited, which is available online through the Los Angeles Public Library to any holder of a currently registered L.A.P.L. library card.
Encyclopedia of Businesss in Today's World (SAGE Reference Online)
Up-to-date, authoritative coverage of nearly 1,000 U.S. and international business topics. Use the Advanced Search mode, or Browse either the 22 topical themes or the complete A-Z list of entries. The Subject Index is also searchable or browsable.
Encyclopedia of Sports Management and Marketing (SAGE Reference Online)
Provides 837 articles about the sports industry and business practices as they relate to sports. Includes a Browsable Subject Index and a topical, thematic Readers Guide.
Europa World Plus
Online version of the Europa World Year Book and the nine-volume Regional Surveys of the World series; provides economic and political data and analysis for more than 250 countries and territories.
Execucomp - Executive Compensation (WRDS) (Access: select Compustat > Compustat Quarterly Updates > Execucomp) Connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
Standard & Poor's database of top executives' salary, bonus, and stock option data. Current coverage, for a company's fiscal year, is from 1992-present, for 2,872 companies. Updated quarterly.
U.S. and international business news and information and general news from some 31,000+ sources (including Barron's, The Wall Street Journal, and The Wall Street Journal Online), spanning 26 languages and more than 200 countries. (IE 8 or higher is the supported browser; for Mac platform, use Safari browser only.) To develop complete mastery of the database, see the Inside-Out Complete Reference for Factiva.
Please Note: Because UCLA shares a generic academic account with all ten UCs that subscribe to Factiva, it is not possible to use most personalizing features of the database.
Fama-French Research Portfolios and Factors (WRDS) Connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
Constructed from the intersections of two portfolios formed on size, as measured by market equity (ME), and three portfolios using, as proxy for value, the ratio of book equity to market equity (BE/ME).
Faulkner's Advisory for Information Technology Studies (FAITS)
Full-text reports on events and trends in the IT and communications industries, covering the United States and countries throughout the world; tutorials; directories; standards reports; expert analyses of computing and IT products, services, and vendors (both U.S. and international).
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) (WRDS) Connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
Financial data and history of all entities filing the Report Of Condition and Income (Call Report) and some savings institutions filing the OTS Thrift Financial Report (TFR).
Federal Reserve Bank Reports (WRDS) Connect via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and/or
Contains three databases: two (Foreign Exchanges and Interest Rates) come from reports published for the Federal Reserve Board (H.10 and H.15 reports); the third contains the Coincident State Indexes from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
First Research Industry Reports (Dun & Bradstreet via Mergent)
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In-depth profiles for more than 900 U.S. industries, with especially good coverage of small or niche industries. Each profile includes: overview, competitive landscape, products and operations, sales and marketing, recent developments, business challenges, trends and opportunities, executive perspective, interview preparation questions, financial analysis, and a forecast. Reports are updated quarterly. Use the "Industry Prospector" feature to identify industry drivers and key economic metrics using such factors as financial, industrial, and employment growth, and prices and spending. First Research also includes quarterly employment, real estate, and business trends for each of the 50 U.S. states, Washington, DC, and 10 Canadian provinces. The First Research Toolkit explains how to leverage the database for maximum value.
Please Note: The "Email Alerts" feature is not available to academic subscribers.
Forrester Research Requires Registered Account
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First-time users: Anderson School faculty or current students only: Request a Forrester Account
Research, trend analysis, and expert opinion on technology change and related IT issues, and their impact on businesses and consumers.
Freedonia Focus Industry Market Research Portal
Collection of over 600 market research reports, updated annually, covering 18 U.S. industry sectors, emphasizing B2B (business to business): automotive and other transportation; building materials; chemicals; China Focus Reports; consumer goods; electronics; energy; food, agriculture & tobacco; industrial components; life sciences (pharmaceuticals/medical); machinery; metals & minerals; miscellaneous & service industries; packaging; paper, printing & publishing; plastics; rubber; textiles, apparel & leather; wood, furniture & fixtures; and World Focus Reports. International coverage includes: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Korea, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the World.
Frost & Sullivan
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Full-text U.S. and international market research reports, focusing on such industries as aerospace and defense; chemicals and materials; environmental and building technology; energy; healthcare and biotechnology; communications and information technologies, and much more. Excellent resource for B2B (business to business) market research.
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