FEI provides access to the Standard & Poor Global Market Intelligence Capital IQ database to CMC students on computers in the FEI Lab (Bauer Center 3rd floor) and computer labs across campus (Poppa, Ryal, South) marked as having Capital IQ access. (Log in credentials should be on the computer.) Though access is restricted to Lab use, students can utilize the platform to pull data and conduct research. Capital IQ also offers a Help Desk function to respond to student queries directly. Look for Capital IQ icons in campus computer labs.
Audit Analytics provides independent research to the investment, accounting, insurance, legal, regulatory and academic communities. They provide detailed research on over 20,000 public companies and more than 1,500 accounting firms. Students can access Audit Analytics through WRDS via the library page and setup a new account.
S&P Capital IQ is the research division of S&P Global, one of the world’s largest providers of ratings, data, research, and the S&P Dow Jones Indices. Every year, S&P Capital IQ collects and analyzes more than 135 billion data points in order to serve as the leading provider of financial services research. The data S&P Capital IQ collects and reports to its users includes company profiles, executive summaries, financial information, and independent analyst reports.
Crunchbase is a platform for finding business information about private and public companies. Designed for advanced users, Crunchbase Pro offers more in-depth search capabilities, market trend analytics, and alerts to track industries, people, companies, and investors.
Repository of over 35 billion datapoints from over 450 databases sourced from 70 public and private organizations. Searchable by keyword, subject and source. The datasets permit correlation of multiple, diverse indicators, with tools to interpret and visualize the data. Data available from 1948 – present.
The world’s number one source for comprehensive, reliable historical deal information on the global loan markets.
Citations, abstracts, and full-text articles from over 750 scholarly and trade economics journals. Index and abstracts from 1886 – present.
Full-text from 1843-2014. Includes full-color images, multiple search indexes, exportable financial tables and a gallery of front covers.
Data from over 200 debt and financial flows indicators for 134 countries that report debt to the World Bank. Great for Economics and Political Science students needing data to analyze international debt. Data runs from 1970 – present.
Includes multiple databases: International Financial Statistics; Government Finance Statistics; Balance of Trade Statistics; and balance of payment statistics. Data from 1948 – present for some data points.
Complete reports and statistics on market share by industry that covers 2012 to present. Includes corporate market shares, institutional shares, and brand market share.
Delivers data, research and technology covering the private capital markets, including venture capital, private equity and M&A transactions.
Intelligize is the leading provider of best-in-class content, exclusive news collections, regulatory insights, and powerful analytical tools for compliance and transactional professionals.
Provides easy access to demographic data about the United States, 1790 – present. Creates maps and reports based on decennial censuses of 1940 to 2010 and the American Community Survey. Data is downloadable for use with spreadsheet and mapping applications.
Articles, conference proceedings, and book reviews from the social sciences. 1983-present.
This is the primary database for sociology. Journal articles, dissertations, and conference proceedings, 1974-present.
Statistics on a wide variety of topics related to industry and finance; international in scope. Updated variably and dates of coverage vary. Mostly 2008 – present.
The leading financial data provider in China, they equip investment professionals with accurate and complete data on stocks, bonds, funds, derivatives, indices, and the macroeconomy.
Economic data for more than 200 countries from the World Bank and other organizations. Includes the 526 data series which has income group data. Data back to 1960 where available.
Databases available through Wharton Research Data Services:
13F, Compustat, Compustat Global, CRSP, DealScan, I/B/E/S