sources listed below provide a good beginning.
Librarians have selected them using the syllabus or the library
Entrepreneur's ultimate start-up directory / James Stephenson
HD62.5 .S742 2001,
Hall encyclopedic dictionary of business terms / Wilbur Cross
HF1001 .C68 1995,
New business enterprises –
Selected Call Numbers
McGraw-Hill guide to starting your own business : a step-by-step blueprint for
the first-time entrepreneur / Stephen C. Harper
HD62.5 .H3734 2003,
The 100 best
businesses to start when you don't want to work hard anymore / Lisa Rogak
HD62.5 .R629 2004,
math procedures / Jeffrey Slater
HF5694 .S57 2000,
business bible : everything you need to know to succeed in your small business / Steven D. Strauss
HD62.7 .S875 2005,
Small business for dummies / by Eric Tyson and Jim Schell
HD62.7 .T97 2003,
your own business : [the only start-up book you'll ever need] / Rieva Lesonsky and the staff of
HD62.5 .E559 2004,
What no one ever tells
you about starting your own business : real-life start-up advice from 101
successful entrepreneurs / Jan Norman
HD62.5 .N68 2004,
Articles are usually identified by using online research databases or printed indexes. Printed indexes are especially helpful for older material. Journal, magazine, and newspaper articles can supply the latest information on a topic and often contain details not available elsewhere. NOTE: Passwords required to use off-campus http://www.palomar.edu/library/OnlineDatabases/offcampus.htm.
EBSCOhost provides access to several databases including magazine, journal and newspaper articles. For a guide on how to search EBSCOhost, go to Using EBSCOhost at http://www.palomar.edu/library/OnlineDatabases/ebsco.htm.
Search Strategies - Use a directory, subject portal, or search engine to focus
your Internet search. In addition to
those listed below, find more sites on the Palomar
Information on Citation Styles – In order to create a bibliography for your research paper, you will need to follow the rules of a specific style. For a list of styles and information on how to use them, go to http://www.palomar.edu/library/ResearchAids/SubjectGuides/WritingStyles.htm.