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There are two databases that do an especially good job at covering business subjects. They are:
You can search multiple databases at the same time using Scout.
For more suggestions about which databases to choose for articles in business, economics, health care, psychology, statistics, and more, go to our Databases page and use the "View the databases by category" dropdown box to select your database.
For more suggestions about which databases cover different types of publications, e.g., academic journals, industry trade publications, and newspapers, go to our page on "Where to Start Your Research."
For databases with articles in subjects other than business, visit the University Libraries' Databases page.
FINDING A JOURNAL
If you already know what journal you need, you can go to the University Libraries' e-journals search page to find out whether you can access it electronically.
You can also search for your journal in the Libraries' Catalog, where you will find records for both print journals and electronic journals. Be sure to search by the name of the journal, not the name of the article.
If you've identified an article you need, but we don't have access to the journal in our print collection or electronically, you can request the library to get a copy for you from another library. Just use the interlibrary loan form to send us your request.