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Business & Economics Databases

Portal to ASU Library business and economics databases


ASU Library provides access to the online version of the Wall Street Journal,, for all current students, faculty, and staff. 

Note: ASU users (Students, faculty and staff) must initially register logging into school portal, and creating an account on the registration page to access Wall Street Journal (WSJ) by following these steps. Once activated, you can access all content from a web browser, as well as via smartphone and tablet apps, from any location.
1. Go to the WSJ registration page:
2. Enter first and last name
3. Select an Account Type from the dropdown: Student, Professor, or Staff
4. Enter your email address and create a password. The email address and password will allow access on other devices outside of the university network.
5. Click Create to complete registration and create your WSJ subscription.
6. Once you have an account you can go directly to:

NOTE: Student members accounts stay active until their graduation dates. Faculty and staff need to validate their memberships once a year from the ASU URL:
If you already have a personal paid subscription, please call at 1-800JOURNAL or email to cancel it and sign up for an account through the library.

Business & Economics Databases in ASU Library

The most used business & economic databases listed in alphabetical order here. Nearly all article databases have some business information. The focus in those databases is related to the business & economic aspects of those subject areas.

Additional Sources

Business Library Guides
Browse the other library guides on specific business topics to find additional information sources and research advice.


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