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*Getting Started with Business Research: Articles

Are you looking for economic data? Market research? Articles from the business press? Use the tabs to access relevant resources.

Finding a Specific Article

Use the E-Journal Portal to locate the full text of an article when you have the citation on a syllabus or other reading list. 

  • Search by the title of the publication in which the article was published (not the title of the article itself).
  • Click the link to the database that covers the publication for the date you need (many publications are available in multiple databases).
  • Search or browse within the publication for the specific article you need.

Citation Management

It's essential to provide accurate citations for the business information you use in your papers and projects. If you need help figuring out how to cite a source, don't hesitate to ask Judy Geczi.

Article Databases - Best Bets!

These databases are focused on business and economics and are generally the best starting points for finding articles in business.

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Do you need an article that SLU doesn't own?  We can get it for you (usually within 1 to 2 days).

Use the ILLiad system to make an Interlibrary Loan (ILL) request. This system is separate from your regular library account as well as Banner, etc - look for the "First Time User" link in order to set up an account and make your first request.

Your Librarian

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Judy Geczi
Contact:
Pius XII Memorial Library
Room 202F

judy.geczi@slu.edu
(314) 977-3595

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