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A guide to a few of the best public-domain sites and proprietary library databases.
Last Updated: Feb 9, 2012 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Reference databases

Credo Reference.

Gale Virtual Reference.

 These two databases contain hundreds of high quality reference books, such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, biographies, and handbooks. When you are having trouble with a term or a concept, these databases can be very helpful.


Library databases


Covering every country of the world, this database can provide macro data on just one country or you can select the macros as desired, select two or more countries, and then chart the results and/or download to Excel.


The Euromonitor link above leads to a Passport GMID (Global Market Identifiers) screen. Data on alll developed countries and some developing nations. Excellent for demographic trends and 

International Monetary Fund

Time series data on economic and financial indicators. 

Craig Hawbaker

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