Tag: economics

New business database – Kompass.com

Kompass.com is a B2B (Business-to-Business) database which provides global and local company, product and business contacts.  If you want to find out more then search the library catalogue under EasyBusiness.  It is specifically designed for businesses, to create tailored searches

Posted in Reviews, Subjects: Business School Tagged with: , , , ,

United Nations iLibrary trial

We are pleased to offer trial access until Thursday, 30th June to the United Nations iLibrary from OECD, a single digital destination for seamlessly accessing publications, journals, data, and series published by the United Nations Secretariat, and its funds and programs. The

Posted in Services Tagged with: , ,

Budget Day 2015

Each year the Chancellor of the Exchequer makes the Budget statement to the House of Commons outlining the state of the economy and the Government’s proposals for changes to taxation.  The House of Commons debates the Budget and scrutinises the subsequent

Posted in Thing of the Day Tagged with: , ,

Economist.com

You can find Economist.com through the library catalogue or by selecting the My Subject tab on our home page and then browsing some of the Business School pages where you will also find lots of other recommended resources. Once you

Posted in Reviews, Subjects: Business School Tagged with: , , , ,

OECD iLibrary now available for you to use

We now offer free access to the OECD iLibrary, the online library of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) – the gateway to OECD’s analysis and data, featuring its books, papers and statistics. It also includes publications from

Posted in Services, Subjects: Social Sciences Tagged with: , ,

Business website of the fortnight 27/05/14

Eurofound is a tripartite European Union Agency, providing knowledge to assist in the development of social and work-related policies. This is a useful website for students studying economics, human resources and international business. Law students may also find relevant information

Posted in Reviews, Subjects: Business School Tagged with: , , , , ,

Business website of the fortnight 07/05/14

The World Bank Before I review this website, a few lines about the organisation in question. The World Bank provides large loans for capital investment in developing countries.  It is a United Nations financial institution and was established in 1944

Posted in Reviews, Subjects: Business School Tagged with: , ,

Business website of the fortnight – 28/03/14

Bank of England I think this is a good quality resource for financial whizz kids or those of you who are just interested in how our economy is working (or not).  http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/Pages/home.aspx It has current topical content with lots of

Posted in Reviews, Subjects: Business School Tagged with: , , ,

Budget 2014

Chancellor George Osborne will present his fifth Budget on 19 March. He will speak for over an hour in the House of Commons discussing/spinning the state of the economy and outlining his policies for spending over the next 12 months.

Posted in Subjects: Business School Tagged with: , , , ,

Move Your Money

Are you fed up with the continuing economic problems? Do you want your money to be put to better use? Then have a look at this: http://www.moveyourmoney.org.uk/ This is an organisation that gives advice on how to invest your money

Posted in Thing of the Day Tagged with: