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Segal, MN & Giacobbe, RW 2007, 'Ethical Issues in Australian marketing research services',
Services Marketing Quarterly, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 33-53.
journal title - Services Marketing Quarterly the
article title - 'Ethical Issues in Australian marketing research services' the year of publication - 2007
the volume - vol. 28
the issue - no. 3
the pages - pp. 33-35
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article title - 'Ethical Issues in Australian marketing research services'
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Business specific databases
Business Source Ultimate (EBSCO)
A great source of journal articles, conference papers, and research reports for all things business from across the globe. Includes some company profiles, industry reports, country insights, and market profiles.
A good, up to date source of articles and selected ebooks about business and management.
Australia's database, Informit covers topics relating to Business across Australia, New Zealand, and the Asia-Pacific.
A user-friendly, international database ProQuest Business covers journal articles, conference papers, research and company reports.
For earlier articles, check the database Newspaper Source (EBSCO) or US Newsstream (ProQuest).
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