Answered By: Jonathan Faerber
Last Updated: Dec 20, 2019     Views: 428

APA 6th Edition

If you're working with industry research data (see RRU's guides to Industry Research and Market Research for more information), please refer to Citing Business Databases by MSU Libraries for sample citations to numerous databases*. You may not find an exact example to follow to create your reference, depending on the resource(s) you're using, so you may need to create your own reference that is based on the APA Style rules. Remember that the goal of a reference is to get your reader as close as possible to the source you used; for more information, see "The Generic Reference" and The Generic Reference: "Who?", "When?", "What?", and "Where?" from the APA Style Blog.

If you are using Statistics Canada data, please see "Statistics Canada Materials" for links to instructions and sample citations.

* Thanks to Gast Business Library at Michigan State University for permission to link to this resource.

APA 7th Edition

If you're working with industry research data (see RRU's guides to Industry Research and Market Research for more information), ou may need to create your own reference that is based on the APA Style rules. Remember that the goal of a reference is to get your reader as close as possible to the source you used; for more information, see Basic Principles of Reference List Entries from the APA Style website. To cite reports or information published in a periodical, such as a online magazine or journal article, please see How do I reference reports or other types of grey literature in APA Style? and How do I reference a periodical in APA Style?. To cite and reference business case, see How do I cite case studies in APA Style?.

If you are using Statistics Canada data, please see Statistics Canada Materials for links to instructions and sample citations.