Access to digitised copies of archives held in Britain, from four collections: Liverpool Street & Trade Directories 1766 – 1900, Records Relating to the Slave Trade at the Liverpool Record Office, Slavery: Advocacy & Opposition 1675 – 1865 and African Blue Books 1821 – 1953.
This trial provides access to an additional 10 titles in the Elsevier eLibrary collection:
Equine internal medicine. 3rd ed.
Large animal internal medicine
Calculating drug doses safely. 2nd ed.
Infection control in clinical practice. 3rd ed.
Key topics in public health
Occupational therapy for children
Physiotherapy for respiratory and cardiac problems
An introduction to radiography
Magnetic resonance imaging
Skills for practice in occupational therapy
Investment Arbitration Reporter is a news & analysis service tracking international arbitrations between foreign investors and sovereign governments. It has a particular focus on the investigation of unreported cases, and comprehensive review and discussion of legal documents and important policy developments
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SNL provides access to banking and insurance data across the globe with coverage of around 35,000 institutions. In addition to archived financial data, that is fully auditable back to source, this platform provides “deep-dive” proprietary data. Data from this platform is cited within publications from the likes of the ECB, Bank of England etc.
TradeLawGuide provides an effective way to systematically search across World Trade Organization documentation. The database tools enable you to find WTO jurisprudence, the text of WTO agreements and dispute settlement documents alongside other documents that can be difficult to trace. TradeLawGuide should be useful for both teaching and research.