Thomson Reuters Private Markets offers coverage and commentary on the world’s private equity and venture capital marketplaces. Private Markets provides access to the breaking news, industry research, and trend analysis from the editors of Buyouts magazine and Venture Capital Journal. The “Search the archive” search box on the homepage provides archival access to over 100,000 private equity and venture capital articles dating back more than 20 years.
From the vendor:
- Established in 1961, Venture Capital Journal is an indispensable source of intelligence for the venture capital community in the US and throughout Europe.
- For nearly 25 years, Buyouts has provided readers with comprehensive deal and fund news, personality profiles, expert analysis and a wealth of proprietary data for the private equity market.
The Watson Library subscribes to the Economist.com website.
Access it through our Economist Intelligence Unit [publisher of the Economist] subscription.
While you are there check out the EIU’s country reports, industry briefings and more!
The Libraries is pleased to announce a new and improved E-Journals search. The new search provides access e-journals through a browsable A-to-Z title list, title searching, and subject browsing. (Note: E-Journals search allows you to search for a particular journal, rather than for articles within a journal.)
Search options include
- “Title begins with” search, also allows you to search using title abbreviations, such as “J Finance”
- A “Title equals” will do an exact title search
- “Title contains all words” performs a keyword search within journal titles
Search results will connect you to the online content of the e-journal. There may be multiple copies, as seen below with Journal of Finance, detailing the date runs held by each publisher.
To the right of the journal title in the results screen, the options for “Look up Article” and “More Full Text Options” integrate the Citation Finder and e-Link to help you connect to the full-text efficiently.
Have questions about the new E-Journals search? Ask a librarian.
On Monday, January 25, CLIO, the library’s online catalog, received a make-over! It is now full of great new features like book covers, selected full-text and the ability to text call numbers to your phone!
You can still use CLIO classic but give the new CLIO a try!
- Capital IQ
Business school students and faculty can access Capital IQ both on and off campus: Go to http://my.gsb.columbia.edu/, log in, and then choose the Capital IQ hyperlink on the next page. [you must have an account]. Non-business school affiliates may use Capital IQ in the Business and Economics library. Access is available on two terminals near the circulation desk
- Galante’s Venture Capital and Private Equity Directory [CD -loaded on one terminal near the service desk; also available in print on the directories shelf, HG4961.V36]
- Preqin global private equity review [HG4751.P74, reserves]
An annual publication that provides an overview and detailed analysis of the global private equity industry, data and statistics on fundraising, performance, and deals data, etc., and reference guides for different aspects of the industry.
For more sources see the library’s guide on Alternative Investment.
Watson Library now subscribes to several important real estate publications:
- Korpacz Real Estate Investor Survey [available at the reserves desk; HD1382.5 K67]
- Mortgage Market Alert [available at the reserves desk; KF691.A3 C64] – many thanks to the Milstein Real Estate Center for their generous support in purchasing this subscription.
- Real Estate Alert [available at the reserves desk; KF566.A3 R43]- many thanks to the Milstein Real Estate Center for their generous support in purchasing this subscription.
For more sources see Watson Library’s research guide on real estate and 24/7 Help database.
Institutional Investor publishes a wide array of journals in such areas as private equity, fixed income and wealth management.
Check out the Institutional Investor website for all of its publications and rankings.
For the Wall Street Journal go to www.WSJstudent.com. Use your Columbia school email address to qualify.
For the Economist, visit the student subscription section of the website.
There are student discounts for most business journals. Just use your Columbia email address to register.