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Business: Referencing


It is important to ensure references are done correctly and consistently.  Take a look at the Department's own guide and the other resources available below.

Contact your subject librarian if you need any further advice or help, Anita Saycell

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Complete the online course   ‘Avoiding Plagiarism’

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EndNote is a desktop bibliographic referencing application for gathering bibliographic references from online databases; amending, managing and storing references; formatting the references from a range of citation styles provided and exporting the references as footnotes, endnotes and bibliographies into Microsoft Word documents.

Aberystwyth University provides support and training for Endnote users.

Free courses

There are a number of free courses that you could attend focusing specifically on referencing:

Free undergraduate courses: 

Free Postgraduate Courses:

How to reference IBIS World

Havard Referencing style example:

In-text citation

IBISWorld (2018) noted problems in the market for the coffee industry....

Reference List

IBISWorld (2018) 'Sporting Goods Manufacturing in the UK'.  Available at:  (Accessed 2 November 2019)