ANN ARBOR, Mich., April 11, 2014 – ProQuest, an information firm central to global research, and J.P. Morgan, a leading global financial services firm, have joined forces to help business students and faculty make use of J.P. Morgan's company and economic research. The companies have created J.P. Morgan Research, which contains intelligence and insight on more than 3,000 corporations worldwide and all major economies. The new research solution provides in-depth trend, forecast and macro analysis on companies and global economies, and integrates approximately 1,500 reports published each month by J.P. Morgan, plus a selection of archived items, into one single resource.
"We are excited to collaborate with ProQuest to bring a dedicated platform to academia, hosting J.P. Morgan's highly-ranked, thought provoking research and analysis," said Dan Dalton, Head of Research Licensing at J.P. Morgan.
"Today's data driven world makes access to quality information essential for teaching and learning real-world business research skills and developing analytical capabilities," said Jeff Wilensky, ProQuest vice-president, Information Solutions. "ProQuest's teamwork with J.P. Morgan combines the highest quality analysis and makes it available on a platform that allows MBA students, business faculty and other researchers to reliably analyze companies and industries quickly, easily, and more thoroughly than ever before."
Institutional Investor magazine consistently ranks J.P. Morgan's research teams as among the best in the industry. Delivered via the ProQuest platform with only a seven-day embargo, all of J.P. Morgan's equities and economics research reports from 2011 onward are available. The database can be searched independently for specific research or as part of a wider literature search on the ProQuest platform, incorporating business resources such as ABI/INFORM, news sources such as The Wall Street Journal and ebrary's vast selection of business ebooks.
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