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Encyclopaedias are a useful starting point for an introduction to a topic or to find factual information. Although the examples below are credible, scholarly sources, encyclopaedias are not generally referenced in academic essays.
A digital reference collection of dictionaries and encyclopaedias supporting subject disciplines taught at Notre Dame. Business titles include:
An Encyclopedia of Macroeconomics
Encyclopedia of World Trade: From Ancient Times to the Present
Encyclopedia of the History of American Management
and many more.
Use the MIND MAP to find definitions, synonyms and to develop search statements.