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Business and Economy: Journals

Find electronic and printed journals - Andor journal search

Search Andor for journals

Some top newspapers and business journals

You'll find plenty of newspapers (Financial Times, Economist) and business journals like Harvard Business Review or most of the Financial Times Top 50 Business Journals by searching the journal name in Andor.

Printed journals

The library subscribes several printed journals and magazines. Journals can't be borrowed.

All printed journals can be found in Andor

Printed Newspapers

The Library has an ongoing subscription to several Finnish newspapers and a few foreign newspapers (Frankfurter Allgemeine and The Financial Times). Foreign newspapers are available in Linna (City centre campus).

Read more about our newspaper collections on our website

The difference between scholarly journal, trade magazine/journal and popular magazine

Periodical is a term used to describe any publication that is published multiple times (periodically). Periodicals include materials such as popular magazines, scholarly journals, and newspapers.

It is important to understand the difference between a popular and a scholarly periodical. When you are doing research, most of your sources should be scholarly.

Often popular periodicals are called magazines and scholarly periodicals are called journals. Many times it will be acceptable to use some popular material, but research papers should not be based solely on popular literature.

Explore this visual aid describing the key elements of an academic journal article: Anatomy of a Scholarly Article

More information about different journal types

How to evaluate journals?


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