Doing research in investment - related topics? Use the tabs and links above to find resources, databases and hints for effective searching. This is just the beginning -- there are many other sources that may be useful to you.
They call it "research" because it requires persistence and flexibility -- search and search again.
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Narrow a search by using subject headings. Locate subject headings by looking at the descriptors associated with pertinent articles and books.
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Try both singular and plural forms of words. Use an "*" in Academic Search Premier to get a variety of word endings.
If searching a compound word, try it as one word and as two words (for example, rain forest and rainforest).
If searching a word with an internal dash, search it in each database with and without the internal dash (for example, search both x-ray and xray).
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Scroll down to the subject headings/descriptors.
Click on the best subject heading/descriptor link.
Write down other listed subject terms and continue searching with those terms.