Print and electronic journals are an important source of specialist information -
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CABS Academic Journal Guide (formerly the International Guide to Academic Journal Quality) is based on a range of criteria including peer-review and citation statistics. The guide is written for researchers in the field of business, management and accountancy. Each journal is assigned a grade from 1 - 4.
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Academic journal articles and trade news
The simplest way to find journal articles is to search mySearch. It gives you an easy, yet powerful means of accessing our information resources through a single search. It searches across our Library catalogues and many of the library databases, ejournals and other external services that the Library subscribes to.
The alternative is to search an individual specific database. These will search a smaller number of articles than mySearch, but are subject specific and will give you more focused results. See the Business Journal Databases in the left hand column of this page or via the 'Resources by subject ' web page for a full listing.