Don’t forget about the Business Research Guides. We have both subject and course guides that will help you with a variety of topics, including how to find company financial statements to demographics in a region. See our current list below.
The Business Library will be closed from Friday, August 30th at 6 pm until Tuesday, September 2nd at 8 am. For more details on our hours, please visit our calendar.
Welcome to new and returning DMSB students! A few things to remember as you start the semester:
Springs Business Library will have interim hours between Summer II and Fall semesters. The new hours begin Friday, August 9th, and normal hours resume Thursday, August 22nd. To find a complete schedule of our hours, visit our Hours page.
The Business Library trials new business information resources on a continuing basis. We have created a new point of access so you can also trial these products and provide us your thoughts on adding these products to our resources.
Eurostat recently released the full-text 2013 edition of European Social Statistics, and it is available for free online here. Find updated statistics on:
- Health and safety
- Education and training
- Labour market
- Income and living conditions
- Social protection
- Crime and criminal justice
Employment, education, and at-risk target measures for European countries in 2020 can also be found at the end of the document.
Welcome Summer I Business Students! The Business Library will have different hours for the summer semesters. New hours for Summer I Semester begin today, Monday, June 3rd. Find details of our hours here.
Check out some of the new information in our Bloomberg Guide. New tabs include information on the Supply Chain (SPLC) function and Bloomberg Industries (BI).
The Darla Moore School of Business’ undergraduate International Business program is ranked No. 1 by Bloomberg Businessweek as part of its 2013 Best Undergraduate B-Schools rankings. The business magazine released the ranking of the top 10 international business schools today (May 6).
“Our four decade long commitment to international business education enables us to offer great depth and breadth in advancing our students’ understanding of the complex opportunities and risks inherent in business globally,” says Dean Teegen. “We take great pride in developing such internationally adroit business leaders here at the Moore School.”
For the Moore School, the ranking is just the latest affirmation of the international business program’s success. For 16 consecutive years the program has earned the No. 1 ranking in U.S. News & World Report’s 2012 “America’s Best Colleges Guide.”
To read the full article–The Best Undergrad B-Schools for International Business – Businessweek.