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Mercantile Law: E-Reference material

Commercial Law

Finding e-Reference material

The library subscribes to many general and subject-specific electronic dictionaries and encyclopaedias, eg. the Oxford English Dictionary, the Brill Dictionary of Religion and the Encyclopaedia Britannica Academic Online. Directories, eg. the International Who’s Who, and yearbooks eg. the Yearbook of International Organisations are also available electronically.

To access  click on e-Reference sources. Once you have located the item you want on the alphabetical list of e-reference sources, click on its title. You can search the resource by typing a keyword or phrase in the search block on the first page. Click on Go to view the search results. The same procedure applies to all the e-reference sources.


Print resources on the reference shelves have to be consulted in the library. 

Copies of chapters or entries can be made in the photocopy section on level 4 of the library.

Library Catalogue