If you are not sure if you need to include a citation in your project or paper, ask yourself these simple questions:
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Once you decide a citation is needed, refer to USC’s Citation Formats guide for help on how to include in your paper.
USC subscribes to OECD iLibrary, the online library of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. This electronic resource contains OECD publications and a statistical database covering 80 countries, as well as content published by the International Energy Agency (IEA), the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA), the OECD Development Centre, PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment), and the International Transport Forum (ITF).
For video tutorials, such as Navigating OECD iLibrary, please visit the OECD iLibrary channel.
Moore School’s Dean Hildy Teegen, Accounting Professor Caroline Strobel, and Management Science Professor Patrick Philipoom unveiled the new South Carolina Tax Tool that is available through SCDash. Check out the Tax Tool here and read more about it here.
Students-If you are working on projects that require economic and demographic statistics about South Carolina, use the SCDash tool developed by your own business school. Examples of data you can find in SC Dash include:
- Population statistics by age, gender, migration, military service, and more
- Health–number of hospitals, people with insurance coverage, cardiovascular disease, etc.
- Economic data like GDP, retail sales, and subsidies
Below is a snapshot of the categories that can be expanded for more data.
Graphs can also be exported for use in your presentations (do not forget to cite your reference!)
About SCDash-SC Dash is a clearinghouse for economic data about South Carolina created by the Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina.
The Business Library will be closed Saturday, Sunday, and Monday for the MLK Holiday. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 22nd at 8 am. Enjoy your holiday!
Business students studying for the GMAT–
There are new practice exams available through LearningExpress Library, which is available to you as a USC student. Free registration is required. GMAT related material that is available includes:
- GMAT Practice Exam 1
- GMAT Practice Exam 2
- GMAT Analytical Writing Practice Tests 1-6
You will also find exam prep materials for the GRE and LSAT under the category Graduate School Entrance Exams Preparation. Let us know if you have questions or need assistance!
Springs Business Library has reopened from the holiday break. Here is a listing of our hours for Spring semester.
The Business Library has extended hours on Friday and Saturday this week due to Finals. Check our calendar here for details.
Check out the new website for the Darla Moore School of Business.
globalEDGE™ Database of International Business Statistics (DIBS) is a valuable statistical resource covering more than 5000 variables from over 200 countries, and it is free for academic use (you must register with your USC email address and provide a statement of intended use).
globalEDGE™ is a knowledge web-portal for global business knowledge created by the International Business Center at Michigan State University.