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Emerald: Helping you find the Right Journal article for your Research

Emerald provides access to over 1500 full-text peer reviewed academic and scholarly Journals. The database covers a wide range of subject areas including:

  • Finance
  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Marketing
  • Product Development
  • Enterprise and Innovation

How can Emerald help me?

Emerald contains academic/theoretical articles for a number of key business and management journals.

Use Emerald to:

  • Keep up to date with management developments/techniques/strategies
  • Analyse marketing techniques/strategies
  • Explore Company case examples and developments
  • Substantiate theoretical models or debate

How can I access Emerald?

Emerald can be accessed via the “E-Resources” section of the MBS Library web-site. http://www.mbs.ac.uk/library

Select “Resources” then “Management Literature”

How should I search Emerald?

  • Use “Quick Search” to search across all journals for a phrase or keyword
  • Use “Advanced Search” to build a more accurate search strategy
  • Use “Browse” to view details of subscribed journals either using A-Z or subject categories

Emerald is one of our key Business and Management Journal Databases available for you to access via the MBS Library page.

Resource guides outlining how to use Emerald as well as guides to all our other online resources are available from our “How to Research Guides” web-page.

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