Geography and Environment


  • Human Geography
  • Geographies of development
  • Economic geography

Key resources

The content in the Online Library is stored in collections known as ‘databases’. The databases that contain material relevant to Accounting, Banking and Finance are described below. You can access them from the EMFSS Programme Gateway and search them individually if you wish.

You can also search across the databases using the Library’s ‘Summon’ search engine.


ABI/INFORM is a database covering business, management, economics and a wide range of related fields. It provides abstracts of material from 1971 onwards and over 2,000 titles in full text, from 1987 onwards.

Academic Search Complete

Academic Search Complete is a multi-disciplinary database with full text coverage of almost 4,700 scholarly publications, including full text coverage of over 3,600 peer-reviewed journals dating as far back as 1975. 

Cambridge Core

A range of scholarly journals, ranging across the humanities and social sciences.

European Newsstream

Contains full-text of a wide range of European newspapers.


IngentaConnect offers one of the most comprehensive collections of academic and professional research articles online - some 4 million articles from 11,000 publications.


JSTOR offers high-quality, interdisciplinary content,  including over one thousand leading academic journals across the humanities and social sciences.


Statista is an excellent resource for researching quantitative data, statistics and related information. It has statistics on a broad range of topics, including many industries and countries. Statista also provides a variety of reports and dossiers about more than 1000 topics. These include all top statistics on a specific topic compiled by experts, and they are regularly updated with new forecasts. Please note, Statista cannot currently be searched using the Summon search engine. Instead, login to Statista via the EMFSS gateway.


Contains over 2000 ebooks across all subject areas, including many core textbooks.


Databases are password-protected. You can log in them using your the same username and password you use to access your Student Portal and Virtual Learning Environment.

Help and support

If you have any questions regarding Library resources, you can get in touch with the Online Library Enquiry Service by phone, email or Live Chat.