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International Business & Economics: Home

This guide will help you find key international business and economics information resources for your academic study and research.

If you have any questions, please contact your Academic Services Librarians, Rachael Hartiss and Ros Smith  (see details, below).

Academic Services Librarians make sure that the resources you need from the Library are in place to support your learning. We can help you find information for your assignments and projects and provide training in searching specific resources. You can make a one-to-one appointment with us or attend the general workshops we run throughout the year.

Top International Business and Economics Journals

The Chartered Association of Business Schools publishes a guide to Academic Journals, assessing each one by several criteria of quality. These are the top rated journals according to this guide for international business and economics:

International Business 

  • Journal of International Business Studies
  • Journal of World Business (formerly Columbia JWB)

Economics, Econometrics and Statistics

  • American Economic Review
  • Annals of Statistics
  • Econometrica
  • Journal of Political Economy
  • Quarterly Journal of Economics
  • Review of Economic Studies

Articles from these journals, and many other high quality journals, are available in LibrarySearch.

Reference: Chartered Association of Business Schools (2018) Academic Journal Guide 2018. Available at (accessed 13/07/18) World News

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The Economist

You will find issues of The Economist in the basement of Stockwell Street Library where the print journals are shelved. All print journals are shelved alphabetically according to the title.

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Academic Services Librarian

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Ros Smith
Stockwell Street Library
10 Stockwell Street
SE10 9BD
020 8331 9091


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Rachael Hartiss
Stockwell Street Library
SE10 9LS

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