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Food Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Why, What and How We Eat: Business

Scope

Agriculture, whether on a small farm or on an industrial scale, is always a business whether it incorporates financial transactions or an exchange of goods. 

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Use these databases to find articles about business:

  • EconLit
    Indexes articles in economics, including economic history, economic theory, microeconomics, macroeconomics, and finance.
  • ABI/Inform
    Covers business and economic conditions, corporate strategies, management techniques, as well as competitive and product information.
  • Proquest Central
    Articles on management, finance, economics, industry, accounting, and international business.
  • OneSource:
    Provides worldwide company and industry profiles, financials and analysts reports,
  • Hoover's Company Profiles
    Company and industry information plus extensive company officer lists, annual and quarterly financials, with a comprehensive overview of more than 50,000 companies.
  • Marketline Advantage
    Market research reports focusing on companies and broad industry sectors: consumer goods, energy, finance, healthcare, and technology. Market analysis and forecasting looks at major issues and threats for each sector with analytical commentary and data.

Additional Reading

  • Local food movement (2010). Amy Francis b. e., Francis A. (Eds.) Detroit: Greenhaven Press. Retrieved from