Answered By: Lippincott Library Last Updated: Nov 27, 2019 Views: 3498
Look at the resources detailed in the library's Industry Studies Research Guide.
Standard & Poor's industry surveys are available from Standard & Poors NetAdvantage.
- Search by keyword for the industry you want (ie semiconductors).
- When you've pulled up your result list, narrow the Publication Type to Industry Profiles.
- Click Expert Search on the left side of the screen.
- Then, click on the tab with the orange chevron symbol, in the top toolbar.
Use Thomson ONE to find industry reports from First Research.
- Click on Screening & Analysis then Research and Research Search.
- This will open up a menu where you can choose sets of criteria, including Industry.
- Next, click on the magnifying glass icon next to Contributor and search for First Research.
- Highlight First Research, then click Add to include it as a selected item, then hit the OK button.
Note: This database only works in Internet Explorer and will not open fully in other browsers.
Go to Passport GMID.
- Scroll over Industries in the top toolbar to select from a list of available industries.
Use Mergent Online for Mergent industry reports.
- Click on the Report Search tab.
Use Statista for access to charts, graphs, and other statistics on a variety of industries.
Use Bloomberg, available in Lippincott Library and in Huntsman Hall.
- Type BI and hit the green <GO> key for Bloomberg Industries.
Also, take a look at Encyclopedia of Emerging Industries (call number HD2324.E528) -- a print source at the Lippincott Reference Desk.
For research suggestions for U.S. micro-industries take a look at Lippincott's Datapoints blog post Coding Games.