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Commerce: Accounting, Finance & Banking

Databases - Scholarly Sources for Accounting and Finance

Grey Literature Sources

The basic definition of grey literature is that which is not commercially published. Examples of grey literature are company annual reports, government policy documents and other government publications, freely available documents from the United Nations and other NGOs. For more information on grey literature and how to find it, view the Finding Grey Literature library guide.

Google Scholar with Find It @ JCU

Harvard Business Review

Find HBR in the Cairns and Townsville Campus libraries at 658 P2HBR

Databases for financial management

Finding Accounting & Finance data

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