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Business Ethics: Selected Resources: Getting Started

This guide identifies print and electronic resources at the UST librares and on the web for doing research on Business Ethics.

Where do I start?

Use the tabs (above) or quick links on this page to find business ethics and management information resources.

 

Why use this guide?

This guide is designated as a starting point for doing research about the theoretical and practical aspects of business ethics.

Use the tabs (above) to navigate through the guide.

  • Online Encyclopedias- Use encyclopedias for definitions and topic overviews when first starting a project.
  • Finding Articles- Search for news about trends, new ideas and best practices in the field of business ethics.
  • Finding Books & Videos- Look for books and videos on business ethic topics.
  • Websites - Find quality websites from organizations and associations writing about, and doing first hand research on business ethics topics.
  • Citing & Evaluating Sources - Here is how to cite your sources of a vast array of business resources.

 

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During the COVID-19 Outbreak I will be working from home, but I am still available for research questions and consultations. Use the buttons above to get in touch!
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Business Librarians

Marianne Hageman (St. Paul)
mdhageman@stthomas.edu
651-962-5404

John Heintz (Mpls. & St. Paul)
jpheintz@stthomas.edu
651-962-4646

Andrea Koeppe (Mpls.)
andrea.koeppe@stthomas.edu
651-962-4647

During the COVID-19 Outbreak we will be working from home, but we are still available for research questions and consultations. You can email us to get in touch!