|To find books in the catalogue:|
|To Access a book:|
Most Finance related books are located at City West you can browse the shelves using the following call numbers.
|Subject Heading||Call Number|
|Banks (Finance) including Islamic banking||332.1|
For more information about ebooks visit the Library's ebook guide for help with
|Finding a journal article using the library catalogue:|
|Finding a journal article using databases:|
Databases are searchable collections that index types of literature such as journal articles, newspaper articles, conference papers, reports, book chapters etc.
There is a complete list of Finance databases on the A - Z Database page available from the Library home page. Also check the multidisciplinary databases as they cover a wide range of academic topics. You can also find links to some of the key Finance databases located on this page under Databases in 'a selection of resources'.
|Database search tips|
|Finding case studies in books|
Try these Library catalogue searches below to find case studies within books and eBooks.
|Case study journals|
The Journal of Business Case Studies is an open access journal which allows you to search for case studies across a range of topics, including finance. All case studies are fully downloadable as pdfs.
|Finding case studies in databases|
You can search for case studies in the following databases:
You can also add the phrase "case studies" to your database search in other databases to find case study articles.
Try the following searches in the Business Source Complete database to find case study articles or chapters:
|Finding newspaper articles|
For information and links on finding newspaper articles from both Australia and around the world, have a look at the News Media Subject Guide.
Library Catalogue results automatically exclude newspaper articles, but you can add them back in to your results after searching.
In the Refine options:
Here is an example search "small business enterprise"
The catalogue will also find articles from international newspaper articles. To narrow your search to a specific Country or region try one of the databases listed below
|Finding newspaper articles using databases|
The databases listed below contain both Australian and international content:
|What are they and why use them?|
Conference papers are the written version of presentations given at conferences or meetings of professional/scholarly bodies and organisations. Conference proceedings are a collection of these papers from a specific conference/meeting. The papers are generally reviewed by peers and collected together by the editors before being made available.
Conference papers can be a great way to find up to date information, research trends and innovations on a specific topic. Researchers often present their research findings first at conferences. This can allow you to get a better understanding of the findings from the Researcher themselves.
|Where to find them|
You can find conference papers and proceedings in a variety of locations. The Library subscribes to many databases which contain conference papers including:
Latest resources @ UniSA in the Finance area
The Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) program is an academic assistance program designed to assist students with their understanding of the course content and performance in the course.
Need help referencing? Follow the roadmap!
The Library supports two Referencing tools:
The Library collection also includes many resources on academic writing and study skills - example search
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Catalogue search tips:
|Know the exact title?|
|Searching for a topic?|
Example search terms:
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Here is a selection of some useful finance Journals from the library catalogue:
Below are suggested databases for Finance.