When you're new to a subject area, there aren't many warmer words than "Companion" and "Handbook."
I picture a friendly sort of guidebook that will help me with the key information I need as I start to navigate my way through a new field, sort of like the dog-eared travel guides I carried during my global backpacking days.
Hold that image in your mind as you consider the value of our new online collection of Routledge business & economics handbooks and companions -- available online now for SFU researchers.
I'll highlight a few key titles in the series below, but note that you can search for "Routledge handbooks online" in our catalogue to catch more than 50 titles of this sort.
- The Routledge companion to consumer behavior analysis
- The Routledge handbook of industry and development
- The Routledge companion to critical management studies
- The Routledge handbook of the economics of knowledge
- The Routledge companion to entrepreneurship
- The Handbook of forest resource economics
- The Routledge companion to ethics, politics and organizations
- The Routledge companion to cross-cultural management
- The Routledge companion to public-private partnerships
- The Routledge companion to international human resource management
* featuring a chapter by our very own Mila Lazarova!
- The Routledge companion to non-market strategy
- The Routledge companion to philosophy in organization studies
- The Routledge handbook of the history of global economic thought
Note: All of these titles (plus the many not listed above) can be accessed from anywhere and downloaded (chapter-by-chapter) for offline reading.
Business & Economics Librarian