IBUS 201 International Human Resource Management
From Luria Library
About this Resource
- Class: IBUS 201
- Instructor(s): M. Taylor
- Topic: International Human Resource Management
Your search for information on International Human Resource Management can include books, periodical articles, online databases, and credible Internet resources. The following sources are recommended for student research.
Reference librarians are available to assist you with your research. Students can come to the reference desk, phone, e-mail, or text.
Reference Sources - Print
Reference Books are a good place to begin your research. You can take notes or pages can be photocopied at ten cents a page. Examples of reference books relevant to international business are listed below. These resources are available in the Luria Library Reference section.
- Background Notes R 903 U58b
- Culturegrams R 909 C986w
- Europa World Yearbook R 341.184 E89ew
- The Statesman’s Yearbook R 310 S797
- Statistical Abstract of the United States R 317.3 U58c
- World Business: Profiles of Major Global Enterprises R 338.74 H789w
Reference Sources - Electronic
These resources are available online and may require your Pipeline account information.
A few examples of key words are listed:
International Business Management
International Business management Personnel
Search the Library Catalog for books on topics relevant to your research such as the examples shown here:
- International Economic Statistics
- University of Auckland OFFSTATS
- Statistical Abstract of the United States
- International Business Statistical Agencies
Journal and magazine articles usually provide the most current information on a topic. Journal articles are more scholarly while magazine articles tend to be shorter and more general. Newspapers are another good source of information about global markets.
To find articles on your topic, use one of the online databases listed below. These databases usually provide full-text articles. Search in these databases by using subject headings, keywords or names of companies.
To access databases from off campus you will need to log-in with your pipeline account number and password.
Interlibrary loan is a free service for students. Students can request copies of articles or borrow books from another library. Students are advised to request loans early in the research process as loans can take three to ten days.
Subject Directories for International Business
- Best Information on the Net
- Everything International
- Global Edge
- Rutgers University International Business Resources
- Global Business & Finance Resources
- International Business Resources Connection
Selected Internet Sites
- Business Culture, Customs, and Etiquette
- Country Commercial Guides
- Carol: Company Annual Reports
- Doing Business
- International Business Etiquette and Manners
- Economist Country briefings
- Everything International
- IMF Country Reports
- Index of Economic Freedom
- International Data Base
- International Economic Trends
- International Monetary Fund
- World Bank
- World Economic Outlook Reports
- World Trade Organization
- International Chamber of Commerce
- CCC Go to China the Biggest Market in the World
- World Economic Forum
- Edgar: SEC Reports
- SEDAR: Canadian SEC
- Edgar SEC Reports
- Annual Reports.com
- Annual Reports & other data
- RBA Free Annual Reports
Have a Question? Contact a Librarian
Feel free to contact a reference librarian through instant messaging, by phone (805) 730-4444, or e-mail.