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We have access to BCC Research until 9/30/15. BCC Research is a market research database that has reports in the industrial, pharmaceutical, and technological fields.

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MERC Fact Finding & Act 312 Arbitration Awards @ MSU

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The MSU Libraries is the designated repository for MERC public sector fact-finding reports, and the police and fire compulsory interest arbitration awards provided for by Public Act 312 (1969). The catalog of MSU's holdings is now available as a searchable web-based database of these reports and awards. The Gast Business Library maintains the database and retains print copies of all reports and awards as well.

Database of the Month: CultureGrams

Database of the Month

Traveling this summer? Dreaming about a distant location? Learn about various countries and states in the database CultureGrams. It contains individual reports covering 200+ countries, all 50 United States, and the Canadian provinces. Find facts and figures but also information on daily life, culture, background, customs, and lifestyles. There's also a Kids Edition for those with kids that provides a kid's eye view of daily life in countries around the world.

CultureGrams is available off-campus from the Business Library databases page.


Business Research Guides

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Don't know where to begin? Business Research Guides can help.
Business Research Guides are intended to point you to the primary resources you need to conduct researches in specific business areas. For additional help, please contact our business librarians.

Librarians Are Here to Help

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The Business Library has librarians here to help you with your research, in using databases, and more.

If you can't get to the Business Library, you can contact us through our Ask a Business Librarian email service.