What are Peer-Reviewed Articles?
Peer-reviewed, also called scholarly articles, are papers that describe a research study.
Why are peer-reviewed articles useful?
These articles are in-depth reports of original research, and they have been reviewed by other experts before they are accepted for publication.
How do you identify scholarly or peer-reviewed articles?
How do you find them?
The following library databases are a good place to start:
Business Source Premier: includes peer-reviewed articles and other magazine articles related to business and management.
**The video below covers the steps for searching for peer-reviewed articles in Business Source Complete.**
Scopus: includes only peer-reviewed articles on a range of business (and other) topics.
Another option for searching for scholarly articles is Google Scholar: a free database. If you use Google Scholar off-campus, see instructions for linking your search results to the library's full-text journal subscriptions.