What can you find in a library database?
Databases are organized collections of information that allow you to search for information for a particular topic. They may contain journal articles, magazine articles, newspaper articles, book reviews, industry or company reports, or datasets.
Some databases provide full-text of articles while others offer only indexing and abstracting services. If we don't have a database that provides the full-text of a resource you need, you can use Interlibrary Loan to make a request.
The University of Idaho Library subscribes to several business and economics databases. The following are good starting places for research and are available to all students, faculty, and staff at the university, both on and off campus.
The library subscribes to many good resources to help you with your research. You can find a full list of databases here. Below are a few that may be helpful for business and economics researchers.