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Journal articles and online resources

Journal articles

The Library Catalogue includes details of journal titles, so when looking for a journal article it is necessary to search for the journal title in which the article was published. Use Summon to search for journal articles by their article title.

Summon| is a fast and intuitive library search system that enables you to search a wide range of Library content all in one place. Not all relevant resources for all topics are available via Summon and sometimes it is necessary to search individual databases.

If you are conducting research on a topic and do not have a reading list, we recommend starting with Summon|.

Our databases cover materials from a wide range of publishers so will provide more information than you could retrieve from a single publisher's ejournal site.

  • Some databases will link to the full text of article - look for the LSE Article Finder button  articlefinder ; others will give you bibliographic details only.
  • Databases can also include information on book reviews, book chapters, grey literature, government reports, theses and so on.

Online information resources

Use the Subject guides to identify and locate the widest range of online resources in politics, economics, geography, history, political economy, law, philosophy, and international relations.

View the  A-Z list of databases relevant to Economic History|

Article Databases for Economic History