Principles of Marketing
The following Databases are recommended:
The following Websites are recommended:
- Business Economics and Theory CollectionL
- Edgar Database
- Global Financial Data
- Hoover's Online
- Industry Information Resources
- Madonna University School of Business
- North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
The following Books are recommended:
HF 5415 .L83 2001
The marketing plan: how to prepare and implement it
Luther, William M.
HF5415. C5278 1994
Marketing myths that are killing business: the cure for death wish marketing
Clancy, Kevin J.
HF 5415 .S53 1991
The marketing plan: how to prepare it--what should be in it
HF5826.5 .K45 2004
Advertising media planning: a brand management approach
Kelly, Larry D and Jugenheimer, Donald W.
HF5415 .Z96 1999
The end of marketing as we know it
HF5412.S88 204 (Ref)
Key concepts in marketing
HF 5415 .H18665 (Ref)
Handbook of Marketing
Weitz, Barton and Wensley, Robin
HF1379 .O996 2001(Ref)
Oxford handbook of international business
Rugman, Alan M. and Brewer, Thomas L
HF5415.33 .U6 .M36 2000 (Ref)
The maturing marketplace: buying habits of baby boomer and their parents
The following is recommended for locating journals:
To locate individual full text electronic journals, click "Journals" on
the library home page and search by journal title, or browse e-journals
by subject, select "Business and Economics" in the drop-down menu.
Journals Available (in print) at Madonna Library:
- B to B
- Crain's Detroit Business
- Harvard Business Review
- International Trade Forum
- Journal of Advertising
- Journal of Business
- Journal of International Marketing
- Journal of Marketing Research
- Sales & Marketing Management
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