If you are at the beginning stages of your research and want to start a broad search, check out these links. These sources can be used to help you formulate a thesis, provide supporting evidence, and compose a literature review. Check out the "Public Data" tab in order to find more sources!
Use academic databases (like those listed above, or found in the Database Finder) to execute sophisticated searches and locate relevant scholarly articles.
Identify major journal publications in your subject. Browse Oxy subscriptions to electronic journals using the links at right, or explore the metrics side of Google Scholar by looking at their Journal rankings .
Locate and browse online and print journals accessible at Oxy. Search journals as a Title in an OASys search and view the record to determine whether we have print, online access or both, and to see what years of coverage are included. Sometimes different databases include different date ranges, so look carefully. Our Journal Lists provide coverage information as well.
Finding relevant, peer-reviewed journal articles can be one of the more difficult aspects of the research process. To learn more advanced searching techniques check out the Research and Reference Guide or contact a librarian. You can email questions or use the appointment button to set up a 1-hour consultation.
Use the videos and links in this column to learn more about institutes that research economic policies. While the sources are not always peer-reviewed, they may help you generate ideas.
These lists of journals by topic include coverage information to help you decide which databases to use in searching:
These open access publications may not be included in the article databases listed on this page. Searching through these resources can lead to additional articles on DWA topics.
A few of the open access Economics titles are listed below: