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Which Citation Style Should I Use?
Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship does not have a standard style for citing information. It is the professor's prerogative for assigning a citation style required in the class. If there is no preferred style, I suggest either APA or Chicago. Both are straightforward and commonly used.
How to Cite Common Business Sources
To find information on how to cite common business sources, such as:
- print books
- annual report/10-K
- working papers
- web sources
- images, tables, charts
- lecture notes
Please check out the following libguides:
Related Guides to APA, Chicago, MLA, and Citation Management Software
The following guides will give you a general overview of the commonly used styles along with examples, and information on the citation management programs such as RefWorks, Zotero and Mendeley,
APA Citation Guide from Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)
The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue.
Harvard Business School Citation Guide
The guide has been adapted from Chapter 3 of the Style Guide for HBS Casewriters, which is available online at http://intranet.hbs.edu/dept/drfd/caseservices/styleguide.pdf. The core of the Style Guide is based on The Chicago Manual of Style. Whichever method you choose, it is important to follow a format that is clear and consistent.