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Research Feasibility

In undertaking research on a particular topic it is a good idea to ask the question: is this research feasible?

Seeking guidance from a librarian can be beneficial, highlighting relevant factors in completing an MSc dissertation, for example. 313 more words

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Student webinar sessions from Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters provides student training resources, specifically Question & Answer sessions in the form of webinars.

The products covered are Datastream and ThomsonONE.com, although they also cover Thomson Rueters Eikon (which we do not have at The University of Manchester). 49 more words

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Looking back on Startup Weekend EDU Seattle

By Jay L.

Imagine 80+ people running around an auditorium with giant post-it notes and sharpies voting on ideas with smaller post-it notes and seeking collaborators to work on their education projects.  286 more words

LOCAL INTEREST

Visualisation of library provision: a worked example using specialist financial databases

At The University of Manchester Library we subscribe to many database resources, containing vast amounts of structured data, organised by further descriptive or meta data. These descriptions can be considered as many… 725 more words

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Why are there so many business databases?

Browse The University of Manchester Library website and you will find a large number of business databases. Researchers have to chose which of these is best for their research and this can be influenced by various factors. 781 more words

Business Data Service

Case studies (updated November 2014)

Students can  purchase cases at educational rate from The Case Centre (replacing the European Case Clearing House (ECCH)) if they register first.

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Historical Index Constituents (e.g. S&P 500)

Stock market indices (e.g. FTSE 100, S&P 500, Nikkei 225, DAX, Shanghai SE, BSE Sensex, Bovespa) have constituents that change over time. For example, the FTSE 100 is the largest companies (by market capitalisation) on the London Main market and is regularly reviewed. 439 more words

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