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DBA Marketing Management: Home

This guide lists resources that are useful for doctoral students conducting research on topics in marketing.

Course Reserves

Interlibrary Loan

If you need books or articles that the Business Library doesn't have, we can get them for you!  The service is called Interlibrary Loan. When you request a book, it will be mailed via the US postal service and can take from 3-7 days.  When you request an article, it will be scanned and emailed and can take from 2-7 days.

Please fill out the Interlibrary Loan form to make a request using the link below.

What Google Can Do for You

Limit your search to .edu sites by using Google's Advanced Search (go to "settings")

Google Scholar is a good place to search for an author and to find conference proceedings, pre-publication works, and other gray literature.  You can also find other papers that cite a specific work.

To link to GGU library subscriptions from Google Scholar, you need to set the Library Links to GGU in Settings.  This quick video will show you how.

Research Guides

GGU librarians have created research guides to help jumpstart your searching. Take a look at these guides to find the best databases and other resources to start your research.

AMA Membership

Get a doctoral student membership to the American Marketing Association in order to access the full text of their publications online and to join the doctoral special interest group -- www.docsig.org

 

RefWorks

Recommended Citation Manager

Additional Options

Subject Guide

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