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Scholarly Research Databases
Index of business news and journal articles, reports, dissertations, working papers, and company records (including Hoover's Company Profiles and Experian). 1923 - present.
Business Source Premier
Business research database with full text available for more than 2,200 journals (1965-Present) and searchable cited references dating back to 1998. Also feature company profiles, industry reports, market research reports, and SWOT analyses.
The primary resource for locating economics articles, books, dissertations, and working papers. Covers economic theory and application, including economic history and law, country studies, business administration, macroeconomics, and microeconomics. 1969 - present.
Journal articles and eBooks in the topics of Accounting and Finance, Business Ethics and Law, Economics, Enterprise and Innovation, Management Science, Marketing, Operations and Logistics, and more.
Collections of academic journals across disciplines, including economics, finance, marketing, operations research, statistics, and management. 1600s - present.
Covers Psychology and related fields. Relevant for organizational behavior, effectiveness, climate and structure. Also marketing, working conditions, communication, motivation, etc.
Full-text journal articles and book chapters in engineering and physical, life, health, and social sciences. Includes collections on Business, Management, and Accounting; Decision Sciences; Economics, Econometrics, and Finance. 1823 - present.
Web of Science
Cover-to-cover indexing of journals, books, data, and conference proceedings in all disciplines, including the sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities. 1950 - present.
Wiley Online Library
Collection of electronic resources, mainly journals and books, covering a variety of subjects in life, health and physical sciences, social science, and the humanities. Includes a Business, Economics, Finance & Accounting collection.
Google Scholar is a popular tool for searching for scholarly articles. Make sure you connect Google Scholar with our library to be able to access full-text articles that we have access to through our subscriptions.
- Go to scholar.google.com
- Open the menu in the top left corner.
- Select Settings.
- Click Library links.
- Type University of Louisville into the search bar.
- Check the box next to "University of Louisville - Findit@UofL" and press save.
- You may be asked to log in to the University of Louisville if you aren't on campus or already logged in. Use your ULink ID and password.
- When searching for articles in Google Scholar, there will now be a "Findit@UofL" option that allows you to access the full text of the article through our library.
SAGE Research Methods
To learn more about using SAGE Research Methods, please visit this SAGE Research Methods Guide which offers videos, tutorials, and best practices for utilizing SAGE Research Methods.