A good place to find articles is in the Library's databases. They contain magazines, journals, newspapers, reference books, video files, audio files, and podcasts. Search any of the Databases for Business & Economics.
Try searching for economic aspects. Then look on the right and choose journal, magazine or news. Look further down the right side column for the options to limit the results to articles and to certain subjects.
*Conducting a database search is different than conducting a search with a web search engine. The database searching guide below provides some helpful tips for searching databases and evaluating sources.
For more in depth coverage, consider magazines. You can search for a particular topic or browse the General Reference Center GOLD database.
To browse a recent issue, enter a magazine or newspaper title into the General Reference Gold database search box. On the results page look for "Do you want to read " just above the list of results. To see only articles from that source, click on the "Do you want to read " link. You can then choose to sort by newest (toward top of page) or limit your results by publication date (column on the right).
A few of the magazines and newspapers included in the General Reference Gold database:
The business periodicals carried by the Kirtland Library are listed on the Business Resources page of this guide.
Find links to local newspapers and other newspaper resources for current events.
InfoTrac Newsstand: You can enter a term and search. Then narrow your results by date, subject, and section by using the column on the right:
Conducting a database search is different than conducting an open web search. The Database Searching guide provides some helpful tips to get you started.
Other newspaper resources: