When you need to find journal articles, use library databases! The Kraemer Family Library has access to over 100 different databases and each one offers different features and searches different journals. This guide recommends a few databases, but you may browse them all at Library Databases.
Most databases allow you to limit your search to "peer reviewed" or "scholarly" journals, but still check the article to verify it is not an editorial or letter which do not usually go through a peer reviewed process.
These databases are good for articles on general business topics.
Do you have a citation for a journal article that you want to find?
Use Journal Search to see if we subscribe to the journal it was published in.
This tool is a JOURNAL SEARCH. It tells you if we subscribe to a journal, magazine, or newspaper. NO ARTICLE TITLES. NO RESEARCH TOPICS. Use a database for researching a topic.