E-journals are electronic journals that the library holds a subscription to, e.g. Harvard Business Review. Click on the tab E-Journals on the main library web page and search by journal title. The library has subscriptions for thousands of e-journals. Usually you go to an e-journal if you have a specific reference.
A journal database, like Business Source Premier, collects articles from different journals. You generally search by keywords related to your research question, and find articles from different journals.
ABI Inform Global
Covering more than 1,600 leading business and management publications, including over 350 English-language titles from outside the U.S., ABI Inform Global contains content from thousands of journals that helps you track business conditions, trends, management techniques, corporate strategies, banking and industry-specific topics worldwide.
Business Source Premier
An aggregated database covering articles in management, economics, finance, accounting, international business, and much more. It contains full text scholarly journals and business periodicals.
BSP also includes country economic reports from the EIU, Global Insight and CountryWatch. Additionally, you can find some substantial company profiles and industry reports from Datamonitor.
Scopus is an abstract and citation database, meaning that you can see how many times a specific article has been cited, and by which researchers. This information can give you an idea about the importance of an article.
Scopus covers about 16,000 peer-reviewed journals including 1200 Open Access journals. Most references go back to 1996, 25% of the references are pre-1996.
Web of Science
Web of Science is another citation database. It contains bibliographic references with abstracts and citations from 1700 journals.
Google Scholar is Google's search engine for academic and scientific materal. When using this tool, you can see in your list of search results if an article is available via SSE Library. If available, it will say "SSE Library Full Text". This means that the library has a subscription for the journal in which the article is published.
To get this information (SSE Library Full Text) in your search results, you need to make some adjustments in your Google Scholar settings:
- Go to Settings on the left side.
- Click on Library Links.
- Look up Stockholms School of Economics.
- Check the box for SSE Library and Save.