Business & Management
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Finding, reading and referencing relevant journal articles will get you the highest marks:
Sometimes you might want to search in a recommended journal rather than search across all publications for articles on a topic.
Your lecturers will recommend journals you can use and it's always a good idea to reference some articles from these in your assignments.
You can search eJournals to find out which journals we subscribe to and to search titles individually.
Below are some separate journal subscriptions you may wish to explore:
• Academy of Management Annals fully searchable in EBSCO Discovery
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The flagship journal of the Academy of Management, with a high impact factor, providing in-depth research articles on all aspects of management.
Another high impact peer-reviewed journal from the Academy of Management: this is a theory development journal challenging the conventional wisdom of organisations.
• British Journal of Management fully searchable in EBSCO Discovery
• Critical Military Studies fully searchable in EBSCO Discovery
The EMJ, a peer-reviewed journal, presents the latest thinking and research on major management topics while still being accessible to non-specialists.
A highly-readable professional journal for managers. Although not strictly academic, the publisher and high level standing of the contributors still keeps this a leading journal. Presents analysis of management problems and commentaries on practice and innovation in all fields of administration and business.
• International Journal of Innovation Management fully searchable in EBSCO Discovery
Contains literature reviews and surveys on all aspects of management - useful for academics or researchers wanting to be brought up-to-date on a specific topic.
Original articles and reviews concerning ethical issues related to business and analyses of systems of production, consumption, marketing, advertising, social and economic accounting, public relations and organizational behaviour from a moral viewpoint.
Published for executives, researchers and scholars alike, this journal aims to examine the application of empirical research to practical situations and theoretical findings to the reality of the business world. Theoretical and empirical advances in buyer behaviour, finance, organisational theory and behaviour, marketing, risk and insurance and international business are evaluated on a regular basis.
• Journal of Management fully searchable in EBSCO Discovery