Even more reference management: In addition to the programs Citavi, Zotero and Juris-M, WU students can now also use the desktop application EndNote 20 starting with June 1, 2021.
Have you ever wondered what nutmeg or black pepper look like under a microscope?
Which reference management program is best suited to your needs? You have questions about importing references or need a particular citation style?
For which areas of research is Google Scholar suitable and what should you keep in mind?
Are you looking for the book “Macroeconomics” by Blanchard? Where can you find the required readings for “Accounting and Management Control”?
You want to stay up to date on politics, business and the economy? The WU Library gives you access to numerous national and international newspapers and magazines, even from home.
The reading list management system read!t can be activated independently by course teachers and course administrators from January 19, 2021 via MyLEARN...
The 2020 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel was awarded to Paul R. Milgrom and Robert B. Wilson for improvements to auction theory and inventions of new auction…
The University Library switches to distance learning and offers virtual courses. The Fit 4 Research Online Session “Introduction to literature search” focuses on finding electronically available…
In order to assist researchers, students and science administrators in identifying journals that use dubious or fraudulent publishing practices, the WU library has now licensed Cabell's Blacklist.