Here are a list of search terms you can use to help find relevant information sources for this research topic. Depending on the resource you are searching, you may use these as "key words" or in an advanced search, as "subject headings". A bit of trial and error may be needed to find out how best to use them. The terms are linked to searches in the library's Ebscohost databases, but they can be copied and used with library catalogues, other databases, or internet searches.
THe North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is a classification system developed to provide common definitions of industries in Canada, the United States and Mexico. These codes can be used to find industry-specific research in journal databases or to query government websites, such as StatsCan, for statistical date.