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AMST 189a: Business, Company and Legal History - Selected Sources

Library Course Guide for Legal Foundations of American Capitalism (AMST 189a)


Welcome to the AMST 189a research guide.  Click on the tabs above to find out about the different resources available for locating materials on your research topics.

Locating books and journals

  • OneSearch
    Books and other materials in the Brandeis Libraries, some in electronic form.
  • e-Journals A-Z list
    Use the E-Journals A-Z List to browse or search for electronic journals by title, keywords, subjects. See the list of journals recommended by Professor Gaskins in the box below.

Not finding what you need at Brandeis?

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  • Interlibrary Loan
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  • Boston Library Consortium
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Recommended Journals

Professor Gaskins recommends the following journals. Use our e-Journals A-Z list page to find them in electronic form:

The Journal of Corporate Citizenship

Business Ethics: a European review

Business Ethics Quarterly: the journal of the Society for Business Ethics

Journal of Business Ethics

Business and Society Review

Business History

Business History Review

Journal of Economic History