Answered By: Kirk Moll
Last Updated: 2014.Aug.14     Views: 260

When you know the name of a specific journal, the easiest way to find it is as follows:

  • Search or browse the Journal Titles A-Z list
  • Once you find the journal,
    • verify that we have the year(s) you need
    • follow the links to the journal in our library databases.
  • Your example, Public Administration Review, is available in JSTOR or Business Source Premier.
  • Here the link to find it in Business Source Premier

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