From Euromonitor International, Passport GMID provides business intelligence on countries, consumers and industries and offers detailed analysis of consumer and industrial markets around the world across 781 cities, 210 countries, and 27 industries with historic data from 1997 and forecasts through 2020. This database is only available to current Pepperdine students, faculty, and staff.
Presents economic statistics for 269 countries from the International Monetary Fund. Economic and financial data including interest rates, gross domestic product, exchange rates, international transactions, government accounts, international liquidity and international banking are available from 1948 to the present.
The World Bank provides indicators for the following categories: economic policy and debt, education, environment, financial sector, health, infrastructure, labor and social protection, poverty, private sector and trade, and public sector. Time series data is available back to 1960 for some countries.
WorldCat Local will help you locate books on business etitquette. Type the name of you country and the phrase business etiquette and click Search.
Business Source Premier will have articles about doing business in different countries. Combine the name of the country with terms such as culture or business etiquette. Type your country name into the first box and type in terms such as culture into the second box (also try business etiquette).
Business Source Premier has country reports that discuss business, economic, risk and political trends. Type the name of your country into the search box. Scroll down to Publication Type and select Country Report. Click Search.
This database has Consumer Lifestyles reports that provide information from a marketing perspective. Click Countries & Consumers at the top of the screen and then select Consumer Trends & Lifestyles. On the left-hand column use the pull-down menu for Consumer Lifestyles to select the report for your country.