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What are these sources?

Rollins doesn't have access to the perfect database to find journal articles in economics. Here are links to databases that include a lot of economics, business and public policy journal, magazine, and newspaper articles on relevant topics amongst a lot of other subjects.

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Economic, Business, and Public Policy Article Databases

These databses contain a lot of political science or public policy materials.

  • Academic Search Premier
    This is an excellent, interdisciplinary database that is always a good place to start.
  • Business Source Complete
    Provides access to journals and research reports in all disciplines of business.
  • Columbia International Affairs Online
    Includes the full text of working papers and briefs and some access to journal articles, books, foundation-funded research projects, and proceedings from conferences.

    Working papers are not the same as scholarly peer-reviewed articles, but can be excellent sources of expert information.
  • Communication & Mass Media Complete
    Provides indexing and full text for articles from CommSearch and the Mass Media Articles Index.
  • IDEAS from RePEc
    From Research Papers in Economics, this open-access database is the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics and is available freely on the Internet.

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Google Scholar

Google Scholar has all the power (and problems) of Google, but only searches the educational materials in Google. There are diamonds amongst the dirt out there, so it is worth searching. But don't be surprised if the fulltext is not available and you are asked to pay for content. Don't, we can get it for you free via Interlibrary Loan.

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