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Management and Business

Articles, Newspapers, and Books

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Best Databases for Business Articles

ABI/INFORM is a comprehensive database of articles from key trade publications, scholarly journals, conference proceedings, market reports, etc.

Business Source Complete is a comprehensive database of articles from scholarly and trade journals, working papers, as well as market reports and industry reports.

Additional Academic Sources

Newspaper Databases for Business Topics and More

Types of Articles

Academic Articles

Academic articles, also referred to as a journal or research articles, is often the most common type of source used in academic research. These articles can be peer-reviewed, but are not always.

Trade Articles

Trade articles come from trade publications, and while they may be scientific, they are geared specifically toward people or businesses in a certain industry. These articles are a great way to learn more about the happenings of an industry, but are not considered academic sources.

Popular Articles

Popular articles come from magazines or newspapers and are not scientific. They may report on new research developments or provide current perspectives on topics.

Citing Business Resources

You can use the following sources to help you build your citations for your report.

Business Citation Guides:

Other Resources

  • Excelsior OWL
  • Zotero: Reference manager you can use to track your sources and build your bibliography in Word.

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