Business & Economics Journalism: Finding Books

Finding Master's Projects/Theses

Looking for master's projects or theses from past students? We have copies in the Journalism Library! Drop by to look through example volumes, or use the Master's Project Index to find specific titles. (The index covers projects from 1995 to the present, and theses from 2006 to the present.)

How to Find Books

The Journalism Library has a collection of circulating books (that may be checked out) and reference books (that may be used in the library). Books in the J-Library (and other CU Libraries locations) may be found in CLIO, the library search interface (use the search box at the top right of this page). 

However, due to the nature of journalism, many books related to student research and interests are located at other Columbia Libraries. You can view the location map here.

CU J-School Faculty-Authored Publications

To facilitate browsing of books by Journalism Faculty (which are located in various libraries across campus), please use the widget below.

How to Find Articles

For finding news articles, see the "News" tab in this guide.

To find academic journals, you can use two methods:

Databases usually produce better results. For researching specific topics, use the tabs in this guide for arts, business, science, or politics to see suggested databases. If you're looking for another topic, or something that encompasses multiple topics, try one of the databases below: