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Wolverine Venture Fund: Articles & Books

Erica Sivertson

Biz article search tips

An article search can often turn up all kinds of information on your company or industry. An article search allows you to be creative with your keywords describing your industry and/or you can also search on terms like "consumers and attitudes" or "supply chain or SCM or logistics" or "best practices," etc. to see what turns up. Articles are also a great source for finding consumer data.  Be on the lookout for research articles related to your topic--look for the data section to see what resources the authors cite (See the Google Scholar search box to the right).

Find Articles


General OneFile

  • General interest publications as well as industry and scholarly titles.

Kresge Database Search

  • Summons federated search across multiple article and other business databases for a quick sweep of what's out there.

Find eBooks

Search the Kresge Catalog

Google Scholar Search

Use Google Scholar to do a quick search across article database content as well as white papers and other academic publications. Be on the lookout for the sources of data cited in the papers you find.  

Note:  Be sure to use the Settings--Library Links function to add the University of Michigan Ann Arbor and the Kresge Business Administration Library to be pointed to all UMich  full-text access.

Google Scholar Search