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Logistics & Supply Chain Management: Databases, Articles & Trade Journals

This Research Guide recommends library and internet resources to help students gain a better understanding of the Logistics and Supply Chain Management field .


Databases allow you to search multiple sources (academic/trade journals, newspapers, magazines, books/book chapters, streaming videos, etc.) with one search.


Newspapers are an excellent resource for the latest and most up-to-date information. Natural disasters, labor disputes, heightened security measures, international trade deals - you name it - have an impact on logistics and supply chain management; newspapers report on it all, and typically as it is happening.  


Journals typically focus on a particular field or area of study. Logistics and Supply Chain Management are broad fields of study; we have highlighted a few journals, but there are hundreds more available covering the vast array of topics related to this expansive profession.  

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