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BIZ 2021: Microeconomic Foundations for Business Planning

Citing Web sources

Citing web sources can be tricky because there are so many different types. Consult the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, the links below, your instructor, or a librarian when you have questions.

Web document - author and publication date

Author's Last Name, Author's Initials. (Year, Month). Title of document. Retrieved from http://www.address.com

Lee, J. (2015, March). The apparel industry’s answer to global water shortages. Retrieved from http://www.triplepundit.com/special/sustainable-fashion-2014/apparel-industrys-answer-global-water-shortages/

NOTE: It can be difficult to find complete information for Web page citations. If you can't find an author or publication date on the page that you are citing, look at other pages on the site in order to identify an author or a date. If you still can't identify an author or publication date, see the modifications below.

Web document - author, no publication date

Author's Last Name, Author's Initials. (n.d.). Title of document. Retrieved from http://www.address.com

Lee, J. (n.d.). The apparel industry’s answer to global water shortages. Retrieved from http://www.triplepundit.com/special/sustainable-fashion-2014/apparel-industrys-answer-global-water-shortages/

Web document- publication date, no author

Title of document. (Year, Month). Retrieved from http://www.address.com

The apparel industry’s answer to global water shortages. (2015, March). Retrieved from http://www.triplepundit.com/special/sustainable-fashion-2014/apparel-industrys-answer-global-water-shortages/