Alumni Toolkit

Goizueta Business School alumni have remote access to a variety of business databases.

    Goizueta graduates have free remote access to an outstanding suite of research databases for personal enrichment.  

    Articles & News 

    Business Chronicles and Books of Lists (e.g. Atlanta Business Chronicle) provide digital PDF of each city’s weekly business chronicle and book of lists including company rankings. 

    Business Source Alumni Edition includes over 1,500 business magazines and academic journals, covering marketing, management, accounting, and finance.

    Academic Source Alumni Edition provides full-text articles from journals covering a wide range of academic subjects, not limited to business.

    Business Books 

    Business Book Summaries feature substantive (4500 word) audio and PDF summaries of the best business books, including classics and new releases.

    CREDO  includes business, finance and economic eBooks.

    Companies & Lists 

    AtoZ Databases: Target Company Lists offer customizable target lists built from 30M US business profiles. Limit your list by geography, industry, employee size and more; then download your list to Excel.

    Career Research 

    GoinGlobal lets you search for companies that have applied to sponsor H1B visas in the last 10 years based on data from the US Department of Labor.

    Uniworld: American and Foreign Companies with Global Operations includes customizable lists of domestic and international firms.

    Wall Street Oasis includes access to their Company Database covering over 5000 firms with interview insights and compensation data, as well as courses for technical and case interviews. 


    Value Line includes rankings, commentary and forecasts for over 1,700 stocks in 98 industries, as well as economic and stock market forecasts.

    Industry Profiles and Market Research 

    DataPlanet includes over 65 billion U.S. and international data points allowing you to create customized tables, chart trends, and more. 

    First Research provides industry backgrounders covering over 200 industries.

    Marketline profiles companies, industries and countries; Company profiles include SWOT analysis for the top 1000 companies, and industry profiles include a five forces analysis.

    Richard K. Miller Market Research Handbooks are an excellent starting point for consumer markets; they include market forecasts, sector trends, and statistics.

    Statista aggregates statistics on a wide variety of topics and industries from numerous sources, including market research, trade organizations and governments.

    It is illegal to use Emory library databases for your company. 

    Emory database licensing agreements allow alumni usage for personal enrichment and career research.

    Proper use of licensed databases policy.  


    Passwords for alumni databases are available in the Goizueta Job Board and Resume Database (GO), and by request using this form.

    The Business Librarians offer customized research consultations to GBS alumni. 

    • Consultations with a Business Librarian are available by appointment; request one here


    Emory Connects is an Emory-specific “warmer” connection platform that can instantly expand your professional network. You can use your LinkedIn or Facebook account to register.  

    Questions about registering? Email eaa <at> emory <dot> edu 

    Emory alumni chapters meet across the U.S. and internationally.

    Use advanced Google search strategies and think about where information lives.

    Remember to consider the best practices and pitfalls for conducting credible research.

    Comply with your company’s licensing terms for subscription databases.

    Don’t plagiarize!  Remember your ethical and legal copyright obligations; cite all sources you use in your presentations and reports. 

    For guidelines to correctly citing sources in your decks, see the GBL Citation Guide for PowerPoint presentations.

    Alumni are welcome to visit Woodruff Library and check out books.

    Emory Libraries also license a limited number of databases for walk-in access; the most relevant for business research are the academic journals.

    Your local public library will offer free remote access to many business resources.  You just need to have a library card. 

    These resources may include LinkedIn Learning, eBook platforms, business journals, nonprofit directories, and more. 

    For example, if you liked using Overdrive business eBooks and audiobooks as a  student, your local library may also subscribe.  Just Google [your county name public library overdrive] to find out.

    Quick links to Atlanta area public library overdrive collections: 

    DeKalb County Public Library Overdrive eBooks and AudioBooks  

    Atlanta-Fulton Public Library Overdrive eBooks and AudioBooks 

    Cobb County Public Library Overdrive eBooks and AudioBooks 

    Gwinnett County Public Library Overdrive eBooks and AudioBooks