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New Journals

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

journals

Times are tough in library land. But by eliminating print subscriptions that duplicated our electronic access the Business and Economics Library was able to meet its required budget cuts in 2009 and even add several new electronic subscriptions:

New Journals in Economics

Wednesday, April 16th, 2008

jhc.jpgJournal of Human Capital
A forum for theoretical and empirical work on human capital—broadly defined to include education, health, entrepreneurship, and intellectual and social capital—and related public policy analyses.  Coverage begins with v1.1, Winter 2007.  Access this journal. 

 

jebo.gifJournal of Economic Behavior and Organization
How human cognitive, computational and informational characteristics influence the working of economic organizations and market economies and how an economy’s structural features lead to various types of micro and macro behavior, to changing patterns of development and to institutional evolution.  Coverage begins with v41.1, Jan 2000.  Access this journal.

 

epsy.gifJournal of Economic Psychology
Economic behavior in connection with inflation, unemployment, taxation, economic development, as well as consumer information and economic behavior in the market place.  Coverage begins with v21.1, Feb 2000.  Access this journal.

 

New Journal: Risk

Thursday, February 15th, 2007

Risk

Risk is the foremost journal for practicioners of risk management and derivatives traders.  Included in our subscription is access to Risk.net, where the full text of the journal is available back to 2002.  Our print coverage begins with the January 2007 issue, located at HG 4502 .R58 in the Periodicals area of the Library.

February 2007Special reports on topics like commodity and credit risk supplement articles on the hedging of mortgage servicing rights and M&A derivatives.  This London-based journal maintains a global focus, and according to Magazines for Libraries “Reader polls indicate higher readership among pension fund managers than for either the Economist or Institutional Investor.”

Articles from Risk are indexed in ABI/Inform (ProQuest) beginning in 2004.  This means that in additon to searching Risk.net you can use ABI/Inform (ProQuest) to discover articles in Risk and the “Find Full Text” button will lead you to our electronic access to Risk.net to obtain the article.