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Citing and referencing: Industry reports

A guide to the styles recommended by Monash schools and departments for students and researchers

Industry reports

Company Report - eg DatAnalysis

Format Author OR Corporate Author. (year, date of publication). Title of report. Retrieved from URL
Example

Morningstar. (2011, June 11). Qantas Airways Limited. Retrieved from http://datanalysis.morningstar.com.au

 

Country Report - eg ViewsWire

Format Author OR Corporate Author. (year, date of publication). Title of report. Retrieved from URL
Example

Economist Intelligence Unit. (2011, June 13). ViewsWire Vietnam. Retrieved from http://viewswire.eiu.com

 

Industry Report - eg IBISWorld

IBIS World usually identifies the analyst who created the report, the analyst's name is used in your citing and referencing.

Format Author, A. A. (year, date of publication). Industry report number. Title of report. Retrieved from URL
Example

Hamilton, T. (2011, February 11). IBISWorld Industry Report 52211. Commercial Banking in the US. Retrieved from http://www.ibisworld.com


If there is no author provided, use IBISWorld as the author.

Format Corporate Author. (year, date of publication). Title of report. Retrieved from URL
Example

IBISWorld. (2011, February 11). Biscuit manufacturing in Australia (C2163). Retrieved from http://www.ibisworld.com.au



Market Report - eg Passport GMID

Format Author OR Corporate Author. (year, date of publication). Title of report. Retrieved from URL
Example

Euromonitor International. (2011, January 11). Wine in China: Category briefing. Retrieved from http://www.portal.euromonitor.com