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  1. Set Texts - Recommended for Purchase 4 items
    All students are expected to purchase these texts
    1. Business ethics - Andrew Crane 2016

      Book Recommended for purchase This is the 4th edition and is on order for the library, earlier editions also available in The Hive.

    2. Business ethics: managing corporate citizenship and sustainability in the age of globalization - Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten 2010

      Book  3rd edition copies available in the Hive

    3. Keenan and Riches' Business law - Sarah Riches, Vida Allen 2013

      Book Recommended for purchase Print and E-book Available

    4. Keenan and Riches' Business law - Sarah Riches, Vida Allen 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended for purchase Print and E-book Available

  2. Essential Reading 12 items
    All students are expected to read these works
    1. Economics by Example - David A. Anderson 2015

      Book Essential Earlier edition available

    2. Economics by example - David A. Anderson c2007

      Book Essential

    3. Business ethics and values: individual, corporate and international perspectives - C. M. Fisher, Alan Lovell, Néstor Valero-Silva 2013

      Book Essential Print and E-book Available

    4. Business ethics and values: individual, corporate and international perspectives - C. M. Fisher, Alan Lovell, Nštor Valero-Silva 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Print and E-book Available

    5. An introduction to business and management ethics - Michael R. Harrison 2005

      Book Essential

    6. The ethical business: challenges and controversies - Kamel Mellahi, Kevin Morrell, Geoffrey Edward Wood 2010

      Book Essential Print and E-book Available.

    7. The ethical business: challenges and controversies - Kamel Mellahi, Kevin Morrell, Geoffrey Edward Wood 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Print and E-book Available. This is the E-book Version.

    8. Card & James' business law - Lee Roach, Richard Card 2016

      Book Essential Earlier editions also available.

    9. Card & James' business law for business, accounting, & finance students - Lee Roach, Richard Card, Jennifer Ghandhi c2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential NB This ebook is the 2nd edition

    10. The sustainable self: a personal approach to sustainability education - Paul Murray, International Institute for Environment and Development 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Print and E-book Available. This is the E-book Version

    11. The sustainable self: a personal approach to sustainability education - Paul Murray, International Institute for Environment and Development 2011

      Book Essential Print and E-book Available.

  3. Journals 4 items
  4. Further Reading 2 items
  5. Doing your own further research - starting points 4 items
    Doing your own research to find further information is an essential part of any university course. Make sure you familiarise yourself with 'Library Search' (the Library cross-searching tool) and searching the individual databases that are vital for your studies.
    1. Library Search page

      Webpage Essential Use the 'Library Search' cross-searching tool to search for and find books, ebooks and journal articles in your subject area.

    2. Library Subject guide for Business, Management and Finance - recommended databases

      Webpage Recommended for purchase Access individual databases from here to do more advanced searching. Some databases are not included in 'Library Search' so go direct to them from here (these include Westlaw, Lexis Library, Hein Online, Euromonitor, FAME, Mintel and WARC).

    3. Library Services: Referencing Guide

      Webpage Essential This is the official Harvard referencing guidance for the University of Worcester designed to help you with your citing and referencing.

    4. If you have questions about searching or referencing, you can ask the Librarian for WBS, Stephanie Allen s.allen@worc.ac.uk or arrange an appointment to see them.

      You can also contact the general Library enquiries at askalibrarian@worc.ac.uk or come to the askalibrarian enquiry desk in The Hive on level 3.