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If the journal title isn't in the eJournals list, find the print journal in the Case Catalog
Note: "Location" shows where it is, including other campus libraries
• Get More Information From the Catalog Record & Find More Like It:
Journal titles and journal articles have tags & terms assigned to them. Example:
- Contemporary Economic Problems: if it has on-target content, you can easily find similar journals.
- Look at the catalog information for this journal, click its subject link for "Economic Policy--Periodicals"
- That subject link takes you to similar journal or serial publications at Case
This technique finds the book NBER International Seminar on Macroeconomics, or State of the world: a Worldwatch Institute Report on Progress Toward a Sustainable Society
Is Your Journal Title Electronic? Find It, Fast!
If you see a citation or hear about a new article, the E-Journal List is only tool you need to to find it. Whether the journal is a separate subscription or included within a database, EJournal list finds it!
The link you choose from the results of a journal title search on the EJournal List may depend on whether a) you want to read only that article (in a subscription link) or b) read it and continue researching the subject or author in the database link.
Find More Like It....
If you choose a database like Business Source Complete for your journal article, it will have tags & terms assigned to it. Use those tags/terms to begin a new search for 'more like it.' EJournal list helps to identify a good database to do your searching–if a good journal is included, others like it are in there & it's a good place to start a new search
Journals in this list are available via the EJournals portal. Make sure you are authenticated on the Case network via Case Wireless or VPN + DuoMobile.
They are covered in a variety of databases: Business Source Complete, LexisNexis, OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center (EJC), JSTOR, MIT Press, American Periodical Series, U.Chicago Press. Several titles' earlier volumes are in print in KSL.
American Economic Review
Journal of Political Economy
Journal of Economic Theory
Quarterly Journal of Economics
Review of Economic Studies
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics
Journal of Monetary Economics