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Business and Economics: Find Articles

This guide will help you begin your research in Business and Economics through the library's collections and beyond.

Why Articles?

The articles found in many scholarly journals go through a "peer-review" process. In other words, the articles are checked by academics and other experts. The information is therefore reliable.  As well as containing scholarly information, journal articles can include reports and/or reviews of current research and topic-specific information.

Use scholarly journals when you need original research on a topic; articles and essays written by scholars or subject experts; factual documented information to reinforce a position; or references lists that point you to other relevant research. Scholarly journals take less time to publish than books, but the peer-review process can be lengthy. 

Popular articles found in magazines are often written by journalist or professional writers for a general audience.  They tend to be shorter than scholarly journal articles and rarely give full citations for sources.  Popular articles from magazines are helpful if you want background on a topic that is new to you or very current information.

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Where Is It?

Journal Stacks
A - Neural Computation 1M Floor (Mezzanine)
Neural Networks - Z 1st Floor
New Journals Display 2nd Floor

Google Scholar Search

Note: To Identify Yourself as Colorado School of Mines User:

  • go to Settings at the the top of the Google Scholar search screen
  • select Library links 
  • Search for "Colorado School of Mines" and click Save.

Off Campus? Access Is Easy!

Start from the Library Website, just find what you want and log in with your Mines Multipass when prompted.