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DBA Marketing Management: Start

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

Interlibrary Loan

What do I do? The Business Library doesn't have the book or article I need.

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. Books are picked up at the Business Library or mailed to you, and articles are emailed as PDFs. Be aware that an Interlibrary Loan request can take 2-7 days or more to process. If you are not able to come to campus to pick up a requested book, add another 7-10 days for the mailing process.

Fill out this Interlibrary Loan Form:

Get More Out of Google

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 subscription databases (to find full text) from Google Scholar, you need to set the Library Links to GGU in Settings.

Use Google's advanced search box to improve the relevancy of your results. Google's Advanced Search

AMA Membership

Benefits of 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 DocSIG.

Research Guides

How do I know which library database to use?

GGU librarians have created research guides to help jumpstart your searching. Use these guides to find the appropriate databases and other resources.

See the full list of research guides.

Citation Managers

Citation Manager

What is a citation manager?

A citation manager is also called a reference manager and bibliographic manager. It is a database that you build – create lists of articles, books, reports, videos, webpages, etc.
  • Software specially designed for students, scholars, and writers.
  • Formats and generates bibliographies (reference lists) using the citation style you specify.
  • Store, search and organize your research. Add notes, links, PDFs and other file types.

When should I use a citation manager?
Why use a citation manager?
What are my options?

Use the library's Citation Manager Guide to answer these questions and to find helpful resources.

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