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Market research reports present research gathered on a particular industry topic. Often such reports come out of customized research requests that are then generalized for public dissemination. When purchased individually these reports are often quite costly, however HBS provides students access to a number of databases of market research reports.
Covers over 350 markets in 207 countries.
Current country and company information from more than 500 sources for emerging markets in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Middle East
Includes some market research reports for countries other than the United States.
- OneSource Global Business Browser
Reports from BMI, Datamonitor, Freedonia, and STAT-USA. The best way to find them is to mouse over Industries on the blue navigation bar at the top of the screen and select "Industry Browse" and "OneSource Industry". After clicking on the selected industry, click on "View Summary" at the top of the activities list.
- S&P NetAdvantage
S&P NetAdvantage has regional industry surveys. To find them, click on Industries in the top navigation bar. Then click on Global Industry Surveys in the left navigation column.
- BCC Research
Reports on major economic, scientific, and technological developments in industrial, pharmaceutical, and high technology. Global and region-specific reports on many of these industries. Search for "global", "asia" or "europe".
Global industry reports for selected industries are available and include analysis of drivers of the industry, industry risk, market data and segments, competitors and industry performance. Click on Global Industry Research to see a list of industries with global coverage. The focus of country reports are on the US, United Kingdom, China and Australia.
- Market Share Reporter (online)
Includes market share information on products and industries pulled from articles and market research reports.