Research & expertise
King’s Business School subscribes to an extensive range of business databases and software, and academic resources to enable world leading research and student learning.
The Trading Room at Bush House enables King’s Business School students to access computer terminals which contain both the Bloomberg Professional Services database and the Refinitiv Eikon database. These two databases are widely used by finance professionals and provide real-time financial market data, news, price quotes, and messaging across proprietary networks.
This facility gives current students unrivalled access to market data and demonstrates the commitment of the Business School to provide the highest quality facilities to our students.
Students are currently able to access these databases remotely due to COVID-19.
King’s Business School students have access to the WRDS online platform which includes many databases including BoardEx, CRSP, Eventus, Mergent, Option Metrics, Refinitiv data (IBES, Insiders, Institutional (13F) holdings, Lipper Hedge Fund, Mutual Fund Holdings, SDC), and Standard & Poors data (Compustat, Capital IQ).”
In addition, the School subscribes to Bureau Van Dyk databases (Fame, Orbis, Osiris), Fitch Connect, Macrobond, Proxy Insight, Statista, WARC, and WIND.
For King’s College London faculty and students, instructions on how to access the above databases are available on the internal KEATS database webpage.
King’s Business School students can also access databases holding academic journals (i.e., Business Source Complete (EBSCO), EconLit, JSTOR; Wiley Online), e-books (Emerald), and news articles (Economist, Factiva, Financial Times, Nexis UK, Regional Business News (EBSCO), Wall Street Journal (ProQuest Historical Newspapers)).
King’s Business School students also have access to a broad range of software including Eviews, Gauss, Matlab, Microsoft Visual Studio, Python, Stata, RStudio, and Qualtrics.
Instructions on how to access this software is available on the internal KEATS software webpage.
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