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Journal Title Finder
To see if the library has a specific magazine, journal, or newspaper, enter the title in the search box below:
Magazines vs. Journals
Magazines: Articles in magazines are usually short in length and are written in a popular style. An example of a magazine that has articles on economics is The Economist.
Journals: Articles in journals are usually lengthy and are written by scholars and experts in the field.
They often have bibliographies and extensive footnotes (which can provide leads to other sources).
Examples of journals that have articles on economics are
American Economic Review and Journal of Economic Literature.
Academic Search Premier This link opens in a new window
More than 4500 magazines and scholarly journals.
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JSTOR This link opens in a new window
Full text of more than 1000 scholarly journals; including 115 economics journals.
ProQuest Research Library Prep This link opens in a new window
2000 magazines and scholarly journals. Also the New York Times (1980 on), Wall Street Journal (1984 on), 40 other newspapers and news services.