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Economics: Find Journals

In this guide you will find a sampling of many types of research resources on the topic of Economics.

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What are Journals and Magazines

What's the difference between a journal and a magazine?

Popular Magazines: serials that target general audiences with popular or current news stories. Authors are not usually scholars in a specific discipline and do not conduct original research. These articles are not peer-reviewed.


Scholarly/Professional Journal: journals that present in-depth, original research in a specific field. These articles have been reviewed by other scholars in the field for scholastic standards and validity. Professional journals may also contain profession or industry related news.

(These definitions were adapted from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Library Research Tutorial

Using InterLibrary Loan to Request Articles Video

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