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 Women's Studies 210:

Gendered Perspective


Manufacturing worldwide
REF HD 9720.4 .M26 1995

U.S. industry profiles
REF HC 101 .U56 1997

Directory of corporate affiliations
REF HG 4057 .A219 1993

America's corporate families
REF HG 4057 .A147 1999

International directory of company histories
REF HD 2721 .D36  

Hoover's handbook of private companies
REF HG 4057 .A28614 1997

Hoover's handbook of American Business
REF HG 4057 .A28617

Hoover's Handbook of world business 2001
REF HG 4009 .H66 2001

Directory of multinationals
REF HD 2755.5 .S78 1998


Europa World Year Book
REF D 2 E8 2001





Provides access to the full-text of business and legal literature, plus domestic, international, and non-English language newspapers.


Business Industry

Contains facts, figures, and key events dealing with public and private companies, industries, products and markets for all international industries.



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