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Writing for Accounting Economics
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Citation Guide

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    Use the Citation Linker to locate the article.


Writing for Accounting Economics

See the Guide for Accounting for more resources.

See Litigation
use "[word phrase]" (in quotes) for word adjacency
SEC Filings & Forms (EDGAR)
    "Search for Company Filings" allows you to retrieve filings for a specific company and to find key company information,  including name, address, telephone number, state of incorporation, Central Index Key (CIK) number, Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code, and fiscal year end.
    Search by Ticker Symbol recommended.
(Advanced search here) provides access to annual reports in one location.
    Google [companyname] annual report

FASB: Financial Accounting Standards Board

Create a free Basic Account to view FASB codification

FASB publications in the Library Catalog


There are several options in Lexis Nexis:
    For articles use Search the News, type company name Securities and Exchange Commission. 
        for additional search options, click on News in left column,  then All News.
    For Company Dossier use Get Company Info (upper right) and type in company name.
Look at the options listed on the left when search results are displayed.
    Index and full-text of thousands of trade and scholarly publications in business, economics, and related fields.
    Search company name and Securities and Exchange Commission. Look on the left for options.
Newspapers Guide with links to:
    Los Angeles Times (1985-present)
    Historical Los Angeles Times (1881-1985)
    New York Times (1999-present)
    Historical New York Times (1851-2001)
    Wall Street Journal (1982-present)
    Historical Wall Street Journal (1889-1987)
Finding Historical Stock Prices
Helps you find how the stock prices were affected


Type your company's ticker symbol into Google and choose between Google Finance, Yahoo Finance, or MSN Market to build charts and view volume and price changes for a specific time period.


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