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  • Cost accounting
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  • Demand (economic theory)
  • Diminishing returns
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  • Duel economy
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      Find Magazine and Journal Articles and Other Digital Resources

      • AtoZdatabases  

        State Library Services Library
        Provides addresses and telephone numbers for 30 million US businesses and 220 million US residents. Business entries include officers, sales, industry profiles, and web sites if available. Click here to view the introduction video.

      • Biography in Context  

        State Library Services Library
        Contains 600,000 biographies on 525,000 people. Updated daily. Integrates reference material, periodical articles, and multimedia content.

      • Britannica access from home, office, etc.  
      • CQ Researcher  

        State Library Services
        Provides researchers with an introductory overview; background and chronology on topics; an assessment of the current situation; tables and maps; pro/con statements from representatives of opposing positions; and bibliographies of key sources.

      • EBSCOHost  

        Full-text magazine databases covering all subject areas including business, education, children's information, science, multi-cultural issues, health, and more.

      • Gale Virtual Reference Library  

        State Library Services Library
        Includes reference resources on aging, animals, arts, crime, education, environment, fashion, history, government, law, literature, nutrition, religion, science and social issues.

      • McGraw Hill eBook Library  

        State Library Services
        Provides access to McGraw Hill's library of ebooks on the following topics: computer skills, business skills, human resource and training resources, and leadership and management resources.

      • Points of View Reference Center  

        Provides students and schools with a series of controversial essays that present multiple sides of a current issue. Essays are accompanied by thousands of supporting articles including periodical articles, reference books, wire transcripts and streaming videos.

      • Social Explorer  

        State Library Services
        Provides quick and easy access to historical census data and demographic information. It currently includes the entire U.S. Census history from 1790 to the present in addition to other demographic surveys.

      • WV-Reads  

        State Library Services Library
        Browse the collection of eBooks and eAudiobooks then download e-books to your e-reader, tablet, smartphone, or laptop.

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