This is guide is created for MARK 608, Special Topics: Business in European Union. The purpose of the course is to enable students to become more
knowledgeable about the European Union as a place to do business –
whether as a firm based in an EU country or as a firm based outside the
EU. If you have any questions about the how to use the sources please contact Jennifer Boettcher (profile to the right). If you have any questions about the contents of the course please contact David Campbell.
- Financial Times
Financial Times is published out of the UK and is considered a global financial newspaper. Choose ProQuest (ABI/Inform- Complete) access for ease of use.
Published out the UK, the Economist is one of oldest busines magazines in the world and covers many subjects. Use the EBSCO (Academic Search Premiere) for ease of use, once in the website, you can search in Economist by clicking on the link in the upper right marked "Search within this publication."
- Europa - The official website of the European Union
Europa website is a good starting point if you are looking for information and services provided by the EU. It contains basic information on how the EU works, the latest EU news and events, and links to EU information on the websites of EU institutions and agencies.
Published out of Belgium, the EUObserver is a webpublisher that declares itself editorially independent, open-minded and balanced; the trusted source of EU related news and information across the European Union; and Reaches over 60,000 individuals on a daily basis.
Pubished out of the UK, EUbusiness is a webpublisher that provides daily-updated news and information about EU policy, legislation, economic data and opportunities to a fast-growing membership of over 65,000 business professionals, of which more than 25,000 receive the weekly email newsletter EUbusiness Week.
Headquartered in Brussels, BUSINESSEUROPE is the leading voice of business and industry in Europe. Through its 40 member federations, BUSINESSEUROPE represents 20 million companies from 34 countries. BUSINESSEUROPE represents and defends the interests of its Members vis-à-vis the European institutions to preserve and strengthen corporate competitiveness. BUSINESSEUROPE promotes the smooth functioning of labour markets.
- The Parliament: Politics, Policy, and People
The Brussels-based theparliament.com is Dods' EU political news and information website, providing comprehensive real time news and analysis of the key issues and debates within the EU institutions.
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