Managing International Organizations - Oakland Campus: Databases
This guide is a starting point for doing research on international organizations such as the World Bank, the UN, the EU, other major organizations. It is designed to be used with GSPIA 2011 Managing International Organizations and similar classes.
Europa World Plus is a good starting point for background information on an organization as it provides a comprehensive up to date directory of over 2,0000 international organizations. It also features the "Europa Regional Surveys of the World" which provide expert analysis at regional, sub-regional and country level for over 250 countries and territories. Detailed comparative international statistics are also included. Archival online yearbooks from 2006 on.
Comprehensive index to articles, books, websites, statistics, yearbooks, directories, conference proceedings, pamphlets, reports, government documents, grey literature, and microfiches on political, social, public policy issues from 1915 to date. Choose the "Archive" for historical information.
Coverage of over 400 major economic journals as well as articles in collective volumes (like essays and conference proceedings), books, book reviews, dissertations, and working papers. Topics range from economics and finance to economic development.
EBSCO's comprehensive sociology database is a good source for material dealing with social issues. Abstracts go back to 1985 from 600 core sociology journals, as well as of articles from other scholarly journals, monographs, and conference papers.
Another database for foreign country news. Try searching similar terms as in CIAO. CountryWatch provides up-to-date information and news on the countries of the world. The Country Reviews section provides a political and economic survey.
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