How do I find a known article?
There are a number of ways to find articles. If you know the title of the journal in which the article is published we recommend that you use the Find Journals function. Enter the journal title and click your way through to the relevant volume and issue.
How to read a reference to an article
Hoegl, M., & Schulze, A. (2005). How to support knowledge creation in new product development: An investigation of knowledge management methods. European Management Journal, 23(3), 263-273.
Journal article references are characterized by the presence of data such as volume/vol., issue/iss., and pages, e.g. 23(3), 263-273.
In the example above you should search for European Management Journal in Find journals.
Danish journal articles
Danish journals and periodicals in the CBS Library holdings can also be searched using the Find Journals function.
The cross-library catalogue www.bibliotek.dk allows you to search a wider selection of Danish journals and periodicals held by other libraries. CBS students and staff can use bibliotek.dk to order copies of articles printed in journals that CBS Library does not subscribe to.
- Find Danish newspaper articles in Infomedia and Børsen BusinessNet.
- Find international newspaper articles in Factiva and Library PressDisplay.
All the newspaper databases can be found on the databases page under the category Newspapers / News.