BRUnet, Brown's Online Career Network, has more than 3,800 alumni members available to share their professional experiences through informational interviews with current undergrad/grad students and alumni.  Alumni members represent a broad range of industries from every corner of the globe offering valuable career advice.

Brown University Library Resource Guides

Entrepreneurship Research

The Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Portal serves as "a clearinghouse for understanding entrepreneurship," providing a wealth of references pertaining to research on and datasets used to study various aspects of entrepreneurship.

The Entrepreneurship and Research Policy Network (ERPN) , as part of the Social Science Research Network (SSRN), provides a specialized network for researchers and scholars to share and disseminate information to their readers regarding entrepreneurship research.

The Biz Info Library (BIL) is a collaboration between the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, the Edward Lowe Foundation, and the James J. Hill Reference Library to create an online library offering information on starting and growing a business.

The Stanford Technology Ventures Program is dedicated to accelerating high-technology entrepreneurship research and education for engineers and scientists worldwide.

Global Business

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) Data Services portfolio comprises the following global business databases: EIU Country Data; EIU Market Indicators & Forecasts; EIU City Data; and Combination of Country Data and Market Indicators.

Specialized Markets

HispanSource is a one-stop source for credible, objective, and relevant information on the United States Hispanic/Latino market.

Business Ethics includes links to websites that provide practical ideas and insightful analyses on topics related to the implementation of business ethics and corporate social responsibility to businesses of all sizes.