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JSTOR Arts and Sciences Collection I-XI

JSTOR Arts and Sciences Collection I-XI cover the following disciplines:

 Arts & Sciences I Core research and society publications in the represented disciplines
Arts & Sciences IIAdds depth to many disciplines introduced in Arts & Sciences I
in addition to offering core titles in new disciplines
(sponsored subscription, in perpetuity)
Arts & Sciences IIIDraws on titles across the language, performing, and visual arts;
features the largest cluster of titles on Eastern and Western religions
on JSTOR; includes all titles from the Music Collection
 Arts & Sciences IV  Includes noteworthy student-run law reviews, featuring
more than a century of top legal scholarship accessible
for research across other fields of study
 Arts & Sciences V Includes important literary reviews and state historical titles;
widens the scope of core disciplines in the arts and humanities. 
Arts & Sciences VI  Extends coverage in disciplines across the social sciences;
adds international depth to disciplines extensively covered in other
Arts & Sciences collections
Arts & Sciences VIIFocused on more than 30 arts, humanities, and social science
disciplines on JSTOR, as well as business, finance, and health
science fields; captures titles that cross discipline
boundaries, with titles in more disciplines than in any other
JSTOR collection 
Arts & Sciences VIII Broadens coverage of core humanities disciplines; features rare 19th-
and early 20th-century American art periodicals from the Frick,
the Met, and the Brooklyn Museum; contains noteworthy titles
such as Poetry and BOMB
Arts & Sciences IX  Widens JSTOR’s coverage in business and the social sciences;
contains journals published in over 25 countries;
signed content begins in 1853 
Arts & Sciences X Social science journals with a focus on science and
social science theory, data, and analysis; includes new disciplines
such as Transportation Studies and Development Studies
Arts & Sciences XI  Contains content from 15 countries; includes premier titles
such as The American Scholar, RSA Journal, and Black Scholar;
current journals available for 25 titles from 8 publishers

JSTOR Business I-IV

JSTOR Business I-IV Collections cover the following disciplines:  

         The 48 titles in the Business I Collection are drawn from Arts & Sciences I, II, and IV. The collection brings together core titles in economics and finance, including publications from leading scholarly societies and a range of critical research journals in accounting, labor relations, marketing, management, operations research, and risk assessment.

         Business II features more than 60 titles, all of which are drawn from Arts & Sciences IV, VI, and VII. The collection broadens the range of international business titles and includes a number of journals that explore the intersections between economics and law, policy, and psychology.

         Business III covers core business fields such as economics, business administration, and finance; features a robust group of non-U.S. titles as well as prominent titles in public administration, business history, accounting, management, and marketing

        With more than 50 titles, the Business IV Collection builds on the strong economics and business foundation of the Business I, II, and III Collections. Business IV increases JSTOR’s coverage in core fields such as economics, management, industrial relations, and finance, with a  broad international scope. The collection will also contain prominent titles in microeconomics (especially behavioral, labor, health, urban, and development economics) and management (including supply chain management and decision science).  

Notable Titles:

                       Oxford Review of Economic Policy
                       Cambridge Journal of Economics
                       Journal of Economics
                       Monthly Labor Review
                       National Tax Journal

» Expiry: 31 December 2023