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Accounting & Finance

This is UCLan's Accounting & Finance library page.

For more help and guidance please contact your Faculty Librarian: Jane Bruney


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Electronic Book Collections


Journals and Articles

If you want to find out if we subscribe to a particular journal title, use the Journal Finder

Subject-specific, full-text, journal databases

Multi-subject full-text databases

Searching abstracting and indexing databases

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For items out of our subscription you can make a request through the Inter-Library Loan/Document Supply Service

Additional Resources

  • Financial Analysis Made Easy (FAME) – detailed financial and ownership information for 2.5 million UK companies.
  • HS Talks - lectures and case studies commissioned from leading experts in industry, commerce and academia
  • IBIS World - UK Industry Reports and UK Risk Ratings, China Industry Reports, Global Industry Reports and UK Business Environment Profiles.
  • Lexis Library – wealth of legal information sources includes Taxation magazine, International Tax News, Journal of International Banking and Finance Lawand manuals. (e.g. HMRC manuals)
  • Lexis PSL - news, practice notes, legislation and precedents in the practice areas of banking & finance, the Financial Services and tax.
  • OSIRIS - the international version of the FAME database containing listed company accounts from around the world.
  • Passport - global market information database and analysis tool containing comprehensive data and reports across all industries, countries and consumers.
  • Westlaw – provides access British Tax Review, International Banking Law, International Trade Law and Regulation and Journal of Competition Law & Economics.

News Sources

  • Nexis UK - archive of over 29,000 news titles from around the world, including UK national broadsheets and tabloids
  • Daily Mail Historical Archive - more than 100 years of this major UK national newspaper can be viewed in full digital facsimile format, with advertisements, news stories and images that capture 20th century culture and society.
  • The Economist Historical Archive – digitised archive of The Economist from 1843 – 2008.
  • Guardian & Observer Historical Archive – digitised archive of the Observer newspaper from 1791-2003 and the Guardian from 1821-2003.
  • Illustrated London News – digitised archive of the World’s first illustrated weekly newspaper from 1842-2003.
  • New York Times Archive - digitised archive of The New York Times (1851-2008)
  • Picture Post - provides a fascinating snapshot of British life from the 1930s to the 1950s, with thousands of photos of ordinary people doing ordinary things
  • Times Digital Archive – every article from The Times newspaper from 1785-2011

Jane Bruney

Associate Faculty Librarian for Business, Law and Applied Social Studies
01772 892303