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Business Research: Find Articles in Journals (Database Searching)
This guide highlights Business Research Resources that are available via the Fordham University Libraries
To find a specific journal, go to the Fordham Library website and enter the title in the search box named "Electronic Books & Journals" under "Quick Search".
To find a list of journals on a specific subject, go to the Fordham Library website. Click the link called "E-Journals & Books Portal". Go to "Browse e-resources by subject" and select "Business & Economics". A list of business journals will appear.
To search for journal articles in a database, go to the "Databases" link on the Library website. Select ABI/Inform or Business Source Complete database.
For a multi-journal search is to use the Library's new search tool, OneSearch, found on the Library Website page, and check the option for academic journals.
Business Databases - Periodical Indexes, Full Text Articles
To find articles on a particular subject, enter a search term in a database such as those listed below and it will provide articles from various journals on your desired topic.
On ProQuest's platform. Comprises ABI/INFORM Global, ABI/INFORM Trade and Industry, and ABI/INFORM Dateline. Features thousands of full-text journals, dissertations, working papers, key business and economics periodicals such as the Economist, country-and industry-focused reports, and downloadable data. Its international coverage gives researchers a complete picture of companies and business trends around the world.
Formerly Business & Company Resource Center. Research and analyze worldwide companies and industries. Extensive reference content from scholarly journals, news, market research reports, market share reporter, SWOT reports and more.
Hundreds of academic journals in full text from v.1:n. 1. Access to current subscribed content of participating titles included. Basic and advanced searching defaults to "read and download" content we subscribe to. Browsing defaults to "all content." Look for the Access Level limiter on the lower left side to change settings.