Answered By: Meghan Dolan
Last Updated: Jun 12, 2018     Views: 2804

Q.
Using Baker Library services and resources during your internship
How can I use Baker to help me with my internship?

A.

Baker Library can be an invaluable resource for you during your summer internship*.  We provide:

Students on internships often look for specific market information as well as company and industry information.

Here are some recommended resources:

Need to find....

Best databases to start with…

Consumer market research

MintelPassport , Marketresearch.com

Technology/energy/manufacturing/      healthcare research

eMarketer, Business Insider IntelligenceFrost & Sullivan,       Gartner, TechNavio

Current new and reports on trends, products, companies, industries and niche markets

FactivaStandard & Poor's Industry SurveysABI/ProQuest, Business Source Complete, IBISWorld

Company data, forecasts, analysis

Thomson ONE (analyst reports), FactSet,    Hoover’s (private companies)

 

Our Fast Answers on market research, industry analysis, and company information may be useful to you.  You may also wish to refer to our research guides.

MBA students may use Baker's licensed databases for their own analysis in support of their academic work (including FIELD, independent projects and summer internships), but must follow these guidelines:

  • In your written communication with colleagues, you may excerpt only insignificant portions of reports, articles, and other documents for distribution to company employees or anyone else (i.e., do not email data, entire documents, or reports to others at the company).

  • Never allow others direct access to Baker Library resources (i.e., do not share your password with anyone).

  • Always attribute accurately and completely all data and excerpts you include in your reports. For recommended guidelines, see the HBS Citation Guide.

  • Capital IQ and WRDS do not allow usage with outside organizations, and cut off MBA access to the database in the summer.