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Business & Economics: Citing Sources

Essential research tools for business and economics topics.

Guides to Citing Sources

What is a Citation Manager?

Citation Managers, also known as Citation Management Tools, are designed to help the research workflow. 

Each tool has different features but in general, many can help you:

  • Keep track of articles, books, websites, and other resources for your project or paper

  • Store available full-text PDFs for a specific source

  • Annotate your sources

  • Create bibliographies of your sources for various citation styles

  • Use plug-ins to insert in-text citations as you write.

Writing without Plagiarism

Writing Without Plagiarism

Organize your research and writing process so that you minimize the risk of plagiarism. Click below for help in answering questions like:

What is Plagiarism?Do I need to cite this?How do I cite this?How do I keep track of all the sources I use?

Copyright Considerations

The Copyright Law of the United States  governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material.