The IBISWorld database, which features report on U.S., Chinese, and global industries, now has a new component–State Reports. This part of the database covers industries on a state level. This is a new part of the database–so far, the only states covered are New York and California. Additional states will be added in the upcoming months. State Reports can be accessed via the general IBISWorld entry–there is no separate database heading.
Thanks to the generosity of the School of Management, the Libraries installed our first Bloomberg terminal this semester. The terminal is located just inside the door of the Government Documents room, which is to the far left of the Bartle Library Research Help desk. There is no sign up for the terminal–it is first come, first served. Use of the terminal is restricted to Binghamton University faculty, staff and students and is to be used for academic purposes only. Enrollment in the School of Management is not required. Registration is required for use of the terminal–this may take up to 15 minutes or so. It may be helpful to have a cell phone when registering, as codes may be sent to you.
The Libraries have added a new business resource, the Wiley Encyclopedia of Management. This 14 volume e-book set covers digital technologies, ethics and governance-related issues, innovation, emerging markets, organizational networks as well as other management topics.
The Libraries are running three database trials of interest to business students.
The SAGE Video Collection contains key videos in social science disciplines, including business and management. It runs through 2/28/2017.
Country Watch serves as a source for in-depth country reports covering business, economic forecasts, culture, environment, government, and global election news. Covers 195 countries. Trial runs through March 10.
Both Country Watch and the Sage Video Collection can be accessed via the Libraries’ Trial Databases page.
The third trial is for the IBISWorld Procurement Database. The Libraries already subscribe to the IBISWorld Industry Database. The Procurement Database is based on Porter’s Five Forces and SWOT analysis provides a deep dive into nearly 1,000 product and service markets. University faculty and students across various departments use the collection when it’s beneficial to research product and service markets. E.g., creating a business plan and using IBISWorld Procurement to understand the major vendors, range of profit margins, life-cycle of the product/service, substitute and related goods, and regulation to know when entering a market. The trial does not permit PDF downloads, but it does allow Excel downloads.Trial runs through February 24th.
IBISWorld Procurement Database can be accessed by going to the IBISWorld Industry Database page.
Thanks to the generosity of the School of Management, the Libraries will be getting a Bloomberg terminal. It has not been set up yet, but should be up and running very soon. Bloomberg terminals provide access to a wide variety of financial data. The terminal will be located just inside of the Government Documents room, which is just off of the Bartle Reference area. A notification will be made here when it is available for use by students and faculty.
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The financial database ThomsonOne is not compatible with the newest version of Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge. Before using ThomsonOne, be sure to change your browser to an older version of Internet Explorer.
The Libraries have added a new business database, IBISWorld. It provides analysis of over 900 U.S. industries (including specialized industries), 200 Chinese industries and 75 global industries. Each report contains an industry profile, performance data, market share, supply chain, outlook, competition and key statistics. It greatly expands the libraries’ industry coverage.
The Libraries are running two trials of Sage business databases. As is usual with library trials, the databases can be accessed on-campus only. Trials run until May 1st, 2016.
SAGE Business Cases Now in beta, SAGE Business Cases is the first discipline-wide digital collection tailored to library needs. These cases bring business to life – inspiring researchers to develop their own best practices and prepare for professional success.
SAGE Video Business & Management Collection Currently in beta, over 60 hours are available in this extensive and diverse collection. When complete, it will feature more than 150 hours of video, including in-depth interviews with experts from across the globe on topics as varied as innovation management, corporate social responsibility and social media marketing. View the latest insights from marketing practitioners and watch management professionals, business leaders, entrepreneurs and marketers at work.
The U.S. Census Bureau Data Dissemination team will conduct a series of free data access webinars to all interested data users. Attendees will learn how to access demographic, socioeconomic, housing, and business data from decennial census, American Community Survey, Economic Programs, and more.
When: February 5 – March 31, 2016.
To learn about and register for the webinars visit census.gov: http://www.census.gov/mso/www/training/
Space is available on a first-come-first-serve basis.
They will be conducting thematic sessions utilizing different data tools such as the American Fact Finder, Quick Facts, Data Ferret, Census Explorer, Local Employment Dynamics, Business Dynamics Statistics, Voting Hot Reports, etc. All sessions are conducted by a representative from the U.S. Census Bureau and will last between 30 min-2 hours. If you are not familiar with the American Fact Finder tool, it is recommended that you attend an introduction to American Fact Finder webinar or the Quick Data Reports prior to participating in others sessions.
If you have questions about a session, please contact the specific instructor for that session.
Alexandra Barker: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eric Coyle: email@example.com
Anthony Eremitaggio: Anthony.firstname.lastname@example.org
Ana Maria Garcia: email@example.com
David Kraiker: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brunie Sánchez: email@example.com
Important to Know:
- These webinars will not be recorded in order to reduce the risk of technical issues.
- We recommend that you test your computer at least 30 minutes before your first webinar to ensure you have the appropriate software installed.
- Audio is provided via conference call.
- Materials will be sent to participants prior to or after each webinar.
- Feel free to reach out directly to the instructor of your session
The computer which houses the economic and financial database Datastream is due to be replaced with a newer, faster model very soon. Anyone who has data on that terminal should download it to a USB until the new computer is up and running.