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ECON 123: Introduction to Econometrics

Professor David Vera

Library Databases for Locating Articles and Data

There are several ways to find journal, magazine, and newspaper articles through the Library website.

1. Journals By Title (A-Z List) – Find articles from a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper.

Some of the major Newspapers & Magazines in business and economics:

Businessweek

Fortune

Newsweek

Economist

Harvard Business Review

New York Times

Entrepreneur

Inc.

Time

Fast Company

Kiplinger's

Wall Street Journal

Forbes

Money

Washington Post


2. Subject-related databases – Find articles with a specific topic
from the following links:


3. Databases A-Z List – Find articles and data from a specific economics database, such as:

 

 

Google Scholar

Google Scholar retrieves references to books, abstracts, and journal articles from selected university and scholarly repositories. Follow the instructions below to set Google Scholar to provide direct links to the full-text articles for materials in our Library:

  1. Click on the Settings button at the upper-right of screen.
  2. On the Google Scholar Settings page, look for the Library Links search page.
  3. Type Fresno and click the search button.  
  4. Make sure a California State University Fresno, Henry Madden Library – CSU Fresno ALIS Link box is checked and click the Save button.

Google Scholar Search

Questions?

Chat with a librarian at any time (24/7), or call the Start Here Desk at (559) 278-2174 when the Library is open (Library Hours).