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Monetary Economics (ECON 210): Journals

Guide to resources for monetary economics

Introduction

Use the Journals tab if

a) you wish to check the availability of ejournals on a certain topic

b) you have the full citation of a journal article and you wish to retrieve the full text.

 

 Example

To get the full text of: Diamond, D. W., and R. G. Rajan. 2001. Banks and liquidity. American Economic Review, 91 (2), 422-425

Step 1: Check Journals to see if the Library subscribes to the full text. Type the journal name in the search box, i.e. American Economic Review.

Step 2: Choose an appropriate database which covers the year you need eg. Business Source Complete

Step 3: Browse by year, volume and page or use the search function. For EBSCOHost databases, when using the "Search within this publication" function, you need to type in the search box, the Boolean operator and followed by some words in the title i.e. type and "banks and liquidity"

 

  Updates from Journals

You can sign up for email alerts or RSS from journals. Check the journal website to see if these services are available.

 Journals subscribed by the Library are available by searching Journals or the catalogue.

RSS Feeds (Journal of Banking and Finance)

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RSS Feeds (Journal of Monetary Economics)

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RSS Feeds (Journal of Money, Credit and Banking)

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The use of electronic resources must comply with the Appropriate Use of Electronic Resources Policy and Singapore Management University Acceptable Use Policy