Answered By: Courtney Walsh
Last Updated: Feb 07, 2024     Views: 180

Trade journals are written for people who work in a field or industry and who need to know current news, information and trends about that field. Examples of trade publications include Vogue (fashion), Barron's (finance) and Manufacturing Engineering (engineering).

Many Library databases contain trade publications. 

The following Library databases are multidisciplinary and contain trade publications in addition to newspapers and academic journals. Search for a field or industry and use "Source Type" filters to limit to trade publications.

Academic Search Premier

Business Source Premier 

ProQuest Central

For more information, connect with a Stevens Librarian.


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