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Diversity & Inclusion in Business and Economics

This guide has resources to help you research ways to incorporate on diversity, equity, and inclusion in your classes.

Articles on Diversity in Business Education

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) publishes regularly on the topic of diversity in business education, including articles on identity, inclusive teaching practices, and mitigating bias in search committees.  Of particular interest is the "Breaking through Bias" article found below. 

Management Resources for Inclusive Teaching

Resources coming soon!

Inclusive Teaching for Economics

Resources coming soon!

Inclusive Teaching Resources on Entrepreneurship

Finding books and articles on diversity, equity and inclusion in business education

Use these three type of searching tools to help you find information on diversity in business education. When searching in databases, you may find it helpful to use wildcard characters like * for terms (e.g. feminis* for feminist or feminism). 

OneSearch
Use OneSearch to find books and articles at Kennedy Library and CSU+

Recommended Databases
Use these resources to find articles. If you find something we don't have access to, you can request it via Interlibrary loan for free. 

Google Scholar
If you are using Google Scholar, make sure you're set up to access our subscription resources

Search tips

If you’re having trouble coming up with terminology for your searches, consider consulting one of the lists below of relevant terms.

The sources below provide both preferred terms and terms that are not recommended. You may find you need to use outdated terms for searching, but avoid using them any final papers or reports.

Recommended Database Resources

Additional research sources