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Supply Chain Management

Guide to sources for supply chain management research

Article Databases


  1. ABI/Inform
    Database (ASU access only)
    1,100+  periodicals worldwide covering business, management, and related areas. Academic journals, trade magazines, the Wall Street Journal, dissertations, and industry reports 
    Database (ASU access only) 
    Heavy concentration of SCM-related journals. Published by the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences.               
  3. Nexis Uni
    Database (ASU access only)
    Trade magazines and in newspapers worldwide. The Arizona Republic is not included but has its own database.


  1. ACM Digital Library
    Database (ASU access only)
    Publications of the Association for Computing Machinery, including journals and conference proceedings.
  2. IEEE Xplore
    Database (ASU access only)
    Full-text journals, conference papers, and technical standards from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.


  1. Northwestern University Transportation Library
    Open Access Index
    Indexes transportation and law enforcement articles and conference proceedings. Produced by the Transportation Library at Northwestern University so it does not link the article citations to full text content available at ASU.  Use the ASU Library Journal Title Lookup tool to find full text of the articles cited in NUTranLit.
  2. Transportation Research Information Database - TRID
    Open Access Database
    Transportation research published in books, journal articles, technical reports and other media. Includes links to selected full text but you will need to use the ASU Library Journal Title Lookup tool, in most cases, to find full text of the journal articles cited.

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