Depending on the size of your school, you may have a subject area librarian for the particular type of research you are doing.
Some universities, for instance, have specialist librarians for topics like music, art, and humanities.
Google has another service, Google Books, that will help you find books related to your topic.
Just type your research topic into the field and Google Books will provide you with a list of relevant books.
Google Scholar displays how many times an academic piece of literature was cited, which is a rough numerical indicator of how influential the research was.
Google Scholar also has link under each posting to help you find related articles.
Today, outlets seem outmoded and unnecessary—stores have bargain racks, after all. Learning from the Kursk Submarine Rescue Failure: the Case for Pluralistic Risk Management The failure to rescue survivors from the sunk Russian submarine Kursk is explored by Anette Mikes and Amram Migdalpaper.
Better Deals Through Level II Strategies: Advance Your Interests by Helping to Solve Their Internal Problems While most of us focus on our own interests in negotiation, our counterparts are more likely to say "yes" to a proposal if it meets their interests. Facts and Figuring: An Experimental Investigation of Network Structure and Performance in Information and Solution Spaces How can managers create organizations that bring people together to successfully solve problems?
Research on the potential downsides of "connectedness" by Jesse Shore, Ethan Bernstein, and David Laze.
The Influence of the Change Frequency of Director of Manufacturing Management on the Quality Management Take Anhui Province as an Example Jingjing Luo, Gordon G.