Working papers: the journal articles of tomorrow

working papersWorking papers are a preliminary version of a journal article or a scientific/technical paper, often released prior to peer review and formal publication. They are available mainly via websites of universities and research centres. This post details how and where to access working papers from Judge and beyond.

JBS Working Papers

Cambridge Judge Business School working papers (2000-2012) are available online, the majority in full-text. We have a paper collection of JBS Working Papers (1987-2004) on the ground floor of the Business Information Centre (behind the journals display).

JBS research centres Working Papers:

Centre for Financial Analysis & Policy (CFAP)

Centre for International Human Resource Management (CIHRM)

Electricity Policy Research Group (EPRG)

Working Papers at other Universities

We have compiled a list of some of the most popular Working Papers series in business and management. Please let us know if you would like us to add more. Alternatively you might simply want to search for a specific working paper on Google. Don’t forget, if  you cannot find a paper online we can always try to order it for you via our inter-library loan service.

Aggregated Working Papers collections

– Social Science Research Network (SSRN) working papers are available via ABI Inform Complete – go to Browse, find working papers under ‘More Featured Content’, and then browse by subject or search by keywords.

EconPapers provide access to RePEc, the world’s largest collection of online Economics working papers.

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Natasha Pivnenko
Information & Library Assistant

 

 

 

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Andrew Alexander

Andrew Alexander

Andrew is the Deputy Information & Library Services Manager at Cambridge Judge Business School

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