Are all the books out on your topic?
Swansea University Library has an extensive electronic book collection which is available for you to use anywhere in the world and at any time of the day. All you need is access to the internet and your Athens password. You can search by subject, book title or author using our new online catalogue iFind Discover and where available it will give you a direct link to the book.
New Business and Economic electronic book titles include:
Walker, J. (2008) Accounting in a nutshell: accounting for the non-specialist 3rd edn. Oxford: CIMA.
Atrill, P. and McLaney, E. (2009) Management accounting for decision makers 6th edn. Harlow: Finnancial Times/Prentice Hall.
Banerjee, S. B., Chio, V. C. M. and Mir, R. (2009) Organizations, markets and imperial formations: towards an anthropology of globalization Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Have a look at Biz/ed – it is a free online service for students, teachers and lecturers of business, economics, accounting, leisure and recreation and travel and tourism.
The site reflects the ever-changing business world with a high degree of topicality and currency. These include current affairs articles written to directly support the curriculum, weekly newsletters, case studies and features looking at the economics and business arguments behind various news stories. These materials underpin economic and business theory in ways that are practical, informative and iterative.
Emerald Group Publishing Limited is making a range of educational podcasts freely available for a limited period. The podcasts cover a range of subjects, including Accounting and Finance, Human Resources Management, Marketing and Logistics, and more. They are available now for download at: http://info.emeraldinsight.com/learning/podcasts/index.htm
The podcasts have been specially written by David Pollitt, Information and
Research Officer at the University of Bradford’s European Briefing Unit. David Pollit has also edited various journals on Strategic Management, Human Resource Management and Training.