Some business resources have unique elements that make it necessary to be flexible and make adjustments as needed. Check with your instructor about their specific preferences and requirements.
As in any field of study, there are three primary reasons why citations are important in your work:
The most commonly used citation styles are represented by the following manuals: The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA style), The MLA Handbook (MLA style), and The Chicago Manual of Style (Chicago style).
Although there is no "official" style for citing business sources, most Business fields follow APA style. Whatever style you choose or are required to use, use it consistently for the entire project/paper. Take a look at the library's guides to citing sources using common citation styles: Citation Guides and Management Tools Guide.
See the links below for various guides that will specifically direct you in citing business databases and sources:
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