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"The book contains a wealth of information on sources for research endeavors. The sources cited span many fields, and the descriptions of them give me a good understanding off their scope and relevancy to a particular issue at hand. It is a most helpful tool the researcher."
James C. Van Horne, A.P.Giannini Professor of Finance, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University

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"Dr. Butler has skillfully undertaken the role of Sherpa on the treacherous slopes of the mountains of available business data and he guides the reader with a precision and even a generous ration of wit." "The problem for anyone doing research in the Information Age is not a lack of information, but rather how to target the information required for a particular project and how to get to it quickly.Thatís what this book accomplishes."
Irving R. Levine, (former) Chief Economics Correspondent for NBC News

"I have been doing business research for nearly 15 years Ė as an economics student at Harvard as a research analyst for major U.S. labor union; and as a student at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. When I began using Butlerís reference navigator, I was happy to find my favorite sources so nearly organized into one directory, but also impressed by the number of additional, useful sources of which I was totally unaware! I cannot image how much time, effort, and money I might have saved along the way, were I have had this book from the beginning."
Jeffrey Pelletier, Associate Research Director, United Food and Commercial Workers International Union

"Patrick Butlerís new book focuses us on what matters most in research... creativity, time, and references. With any students I use his creativity stimulating construct. It is a very valuable tool for saving time and for adding value to our research efforts."
Professor Hans H. Hinterhuber, Head, Department of Management, University of Innsbruck, Austria

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