EGMT680 - Global Supply Chain Management case studies
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- Supply Chain
- Customer Relationship and Management
- Supply Chain and Inventory
- Electronic Sourcing
- Contracting Out
- Supply and Demand
Key Engineering Electronic Databases
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(NOTE: It is primarily a medical database. It is listed here because several article on supply chain management from the perspectives of health care and hospital industry can be found)
Key Business and Entrepreneurship Databases
Use databases below to find scholarly journal articles on Business related subject areas of your research project.
- Factiva Global news and business information service, international business, company/industry research
- Faulkner's Advisory for IT Studies
- Hoover's Companies, Industries and Market Intelligence
- IBISWorld Industry Reports
- Mintel Reports - Market Research
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