Industrial Relations

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ABI / INFORM Global

Publication coverage: 1971 -

Business database containing the full text of thousands of sources, including essential scholarly journals, trade magazines, company news and reports.

Conference Board e-Library

Publication coverage: 1998 - present

Reports, presentations, webinars and data providing analysis of key Canadian economic, organizational performance, and public policy issues. Also economic forecasting, modelling, and analysis.

LabourSource

LabourSource provides online access to cases and decisions from the Labour Arbitration Cases (L.A.C.) and the Canadian Labour Arbitration Summaries (C.L.A.S.), as well as the text of Canadian Labour Arbitration, 4th edition (Brown & Beatty).

PsycINFO

Publication coverage: 1806-

PsycINFO [via Ovid]

Publication coverage: 1806-present

The PsycINFO database provides over 4.5 million bibliographic records from 2500 peer reviewed journals. Publications are from over 50 countries, and published in 29 languages. Subject coverage includes the psychological, social, behavioral, and health sciences related literature. It includes authored and edited books, book chapters, and dissertations from the 17th, and 18th centuries, with extensive coverage from the 1800s to the present. This database would be of relevance to psychologists and professionals in related fields such as psychiatry, management, business, education, social science, neuroscience, law, medicine, and social work.
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