The subject guide of Business Administration is a shortlist that contains the most relevant sources of information for business administration students and researchers. The short list is a subset from the larger UT collection, available at the digital library
Please contact the BMS information specialist, Tom De Schryver when you have any question regarding the access to a particular information source (a book, a journal, a database).
Good starting points for exploratory literature search are:
Which business journals are available at this university?
What are high impact journals in social sciences/ Business?
What scientific literature exists on a business-related topic?
Which collections with academic literature are bought especially for business administration research?
- Business source elite
- Emerald Subject Collections : Operations, Logistics & Quality
- PubsOnLine Suite : INFORMS journal package
What do UT researchers have published on my topic?
Useful references for when you need to find literature in a more systematic way
Good searching not only involves selecting the right collections. If you want to improve your search strategy in these collections, please consider one of the following sources:
- Open textbook on information literacy
- An introduction to systematic reviews
- Systematic reviews in the social sciences: a practical guide
- An introduction to qualitative research synthesis
We also have company info that might be of use for your assignment or research
Financials & News:
- Company dashboard (for Dutch companies)
- Lexis Nexis (for international companies)
- Orbis (for large and very large companies)
- Reach (for Dutch companies)
- Business source elite (company reports including SWOT analysis, trade publications ...)
- Statista (industry, consumer and market statistics)
- Espacenet (open access)