e-Bulletin (Feb 2022, Issue 154)

Featured Resources for Faculty of Business

Business Source Complete provides 4,338 active indexed and abstracted business journals. Additional non-journal content essential for business students includes country reports, industry & market research reports, company profiles, SWOT analyses, case studies, new articles, and more.

This database offers a one-stop experience of searching business intelligence from the perspectives of both scholars and practitioners.
Business Source Complete
The Financial Times (FT) is one of the world’s leading business news publications, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy.

Covering FT news articles from 1888 to 2010, this historical archive has chronicled the critical financial and economic events that shaped the world. This is a comprehensive, accurate, and unbiased research tool for those studying economic and business history and current affairs of the last 120 years.

Explore other databases for Business here.
Financial Times Historical Archive

Media Resources

The rise of Amazon.com since its start-up in 1994 is the classic case study in disruptive innovation. First an on-line retailer, broadening into a platform for other sellers, Amazon has been guided by the restless spirit of its founder Jeff Bezos. Bezos thinks long term - he expects his people to challenge, to constantly embrace change. Amazon is at the cutting edge of technology - but it's also based on old-fashioned values: a wide range at a keen price - and good service. The key, says Bezos, is focus on customers, not competitors. – from the webpage
Change & Disruption - An Amazon.com Case Study
In this highly anticipated sequel to his groundbreaking, Advertising at the Edge of the Apocalypse, media scholar Sut Jhally explores the devastating personal and environmental fallout from advertising, commercial culture, and rampant American consumerism. Ranging from the emergence of the modern advertising industry in the early 20th century to the full-scale commercialization of the culture today, Jhally identifies one consistent message running throughout all of advertising: the idea that corporate brands and consumer goods are the keys to human happiness. He then shows how this powerful narrative, backed by billions of dollars a year and propagated by the best creative minds, has blinded us to the catastrophic costs of ever-accelerating rates of consumption. – from the webpage
Advertising at the Edge of the Apocalypse

New Additions & Trial Databases

Trial Databases:

JSTOR journal and primary sources temporary expanded access

[Expiry: 30 Jun 2022]
To support libraries during the COVID-19 crisis, JSTOR has opened up free access to all Archive Journal Collections, Thematic Collections and Primary Sources Collections.

Nursing Reference Center Plus

[Expiry: 30 Jun 2022]
This evidence-based reference tool provides clinical resources to nurses, directly at point-of-care. It covers nursing skills with videos, management topics, care plans and more.

Sinocomic Digital Library 中國連環畫數字圖書館 (有聲版)

[Expiry: 28 Feb 2022]


[Expiry: 16 Jan 2022]
Collections: 本土文學,民國籍粹,翻譯文學,及海外拾遺