Economics - Finding Articles
Our Discovery Service allows you to find lots of journal articles all in one place. Sometimes however, you may prefer to use a specific database to improve the relevancy of your results.
Try these resources to look for more articles:
Contains academic peer-reviewed journal articles as well as professional and trade publications covering a vast range of business topics. Also includes country overviews, market reports and company swot analyses.
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The full-text of thousands of articles from more than 100 peer-reviewed journals published by Emerald. Subjects include health and safety, management, human resources, engineering, marketing and training. For the most relevant results, use the advanced search and restrict to case studies or literature reviews.
An academic journal archive containing thousands of articles on a wide range of subjects. You will need to search other databases to find the most recent years.
ScienceDirect's extensive and unique full text database covers authoritative titles from the core scientific literature, published by Elsevier. More than 2,500 journals and more than nine million full-text articles are available in ScienceDirect providing access to the physical sciences and engineering life sciences. This resource is also available through the Discovery service. A Library Guide is available.
Also includes thousands of articles on economic topics and some full-text handbooks.
Specific to Economics
Find articles, book chapters, working papers and dissertations in Economics. In many cases (but not all) there are links to the full text of the document.
The NBER is committed to undertaking and disseminating unbiased economic research among public policymakers, business professionals, and the academic community.
This is a collaborative attempt to bring together bibliographic records of economic research and working papers from over 99 countries. Very useful for researchers who, in addition to using the database, might like to follow the New Economic Papers or read the EconAcademics blog.