NEW! Trial access to Henry Stewart journals: business and management collection until 31st March 2020

The Library has organised trial access to a collection of 20 business and management journals published by Henry Stewart Publications. The collection comprises nearly 6,000 online vocational articles, case studies and applied research written by expert practitioners and leading scholars.

The journals are vocational and known for preparing students for the world of work and for continuing professional education programmes for executives.

Subjects covered include marketing, management, finance and banking, real estate and digital business.

The Journals:

Marketing: Applied Marketing Analytics; Journal of Brand Strategy; Journal of Cultural Marketing Strategy; Journal of Digital Media Management; Journal of Digital & Social Media Marketing; Journal of Education Advancement & Marketing.

Finance: Journal of Data Protection & Privacy; Journal of Digital Banking; Journal of Financial Compliance; Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems; Journal of Risk Management in Financial Institutions; Journal of Securities Operations & Custody.

Management: Cyber Security Journal; Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning; Journal of Airport Management; Management in Healthcare; Journal of Supply Chain Management, Logistics and Procurement.

Real Estate/Property: Corporate Real Estate Journal; Journal of Building Survey, Appraisal & Valuation; Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal.

Digital Business: Journal of Digital Media Management; Journal of Digital & Social Media Marketing; Cyber Security Journal; Journal of Data Protection & Privacy; Journal of Digital Banking

You’ll find all the journals on the Library Catalogue and you can access the collection on Ingenta Connect. Please provide feedback on this trial to the School of Management Librarian, Helen Rhodes on H.J.Rhodes@bath.ac.uk

About Helen Rhodes, Management Librarian

Management Subject Librarian University of Bath Helen is a Chartered Librarian with over 20 years’ experience in Government and university libraries. Helen began her university education in behavioural sciences and she studied psychology as an undergraduate before completing a Masters’ degree at the University of Bristol in Information Management. As part of her role in supporting students and staff at the University of Bath, Helen creates learning materials and particularly enjoys experimenting with new learning technologies.
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