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Master of Management Studies Resources Guide: Citations & Academic Integrity

Citing Business Resources

Business information can come from a wide range of sources ranging from public websites to library databases to SEC filings and much more.  The exact format of your citations will depend upon your assigned style and the instructions you have received from your professor, but the links below give helpful examples.

Check out these guides from other schools for tips and hints on how to cite business resources including specific examples:

Citation Tools

Citation tools allow you to save and organize your research. They also let you create formatted bibliographies.


Downloadable as a standalone program or a Firefox extension, Zotero is designed to store content in any format, including PDFs, images, audio and video files, and snapshots of web pages. Zotero operates with thousands of sites, and automatically indexes your library for ease of access.

Mendeley is a tool that enables you to manage citations and PDFs using a desktop client or through your account on Mendeley also includes plugins for Word or OpenOffice, so you can easily create citations and/or bibliographies as you write your papers.  Use Mendeley to connect with other researchers in your field and discover what they are reading. There are also groups you can join that focus on particular subject areas or research projects. Mendeley even allows you to log in using your Facebook account. Setting up Mendeley is free and comes with 2 GB of storage on their web server. 

    Citing Sources

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