I am pleased to announce that Brock University Library has acquired the online edition of the Wiley Encyclopedia of Management, 3rd Edition via the Wiley Online Library platform. This image from the publisher’s site shows you what it looks like in print format.
Each “volume” focuses on one of the following subjects: accounting, business ethics, entrepreneurship, finance, human resource management, international management, management information systems, managerial economics, marketing, operations management, organizational behavior, strategic management, and technology & innovation.
There are several ways to navigate within the online edition.
- Browse the table of contents
- Search across the entire encyclopedia using the Advanced Search feature.
Each entry in the encyclopedia is available in HTML and PDF formats, and includes a recommended citation. The HTML versions of each entry feature cross references to other entries and bibliographies with active links to articles in Wiley journals.Citations can be exported to a variety of reference manager software products such as EndNote.
Finally, online books on the Wiley Online Library platform (including Major Reference Works) are sold with perpetual access, have no digital rights management (DRM) restrictions on downloads or printing, and allow for unlimited, concurrent user access. They may be used for course packs or in your course management system (with links that work on or off campus).
Curious about other encyclopedias on the Wiley Online Library platform? Check out these other titles which Brock University Library has purchased in the past few years:
- Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology, Fourth Edition
- Encyclopedia of Financial Models
- Encyclopedia of Political Thought
- Encyclopedia of Quantitative Finance
- Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Science
- The International Encyclopedia of Political Communication
- The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society
- The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism
- Wiley International Encyclopedia of Marketing