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On occasion you will discover that your research in business and economics will require the investigation of non-business topics.  For example, if you doing international marketing you may need to know about the social, political or cultural make up of another country.  If you are selling Bibles, you may need to know something about religion. If you are studying economic impacts of pollution, you will need information from environmental studies.  Indeed, business and economics research often require information from other disciplines.  Here at UMD's Kathryn A. Martin Library we have research experts that can help you in all of our disciplines.

we have many other important research databases for our other disciplines.

Please contact me if you have any questions.

Links:
Multidisciplinary Research in the Wikipedia

 

Last Update: November 11, 2013

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