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Engineering and Public Policy: 19-680: E&TIM Seminar on Innovation Management in Practice: Articles

Articles from Industry and Scholarly Sources

Use the following to find articles in the business literature on business disrupters, predictions of where the next disrupters will emerge, etc.  These databases will cover basic business sources like Forbes, Harvard Business Review, the Economist, Money, Fortune, etc. There's also the complete list of Business Databases

Articles from Industry and Scholarly Sources

Newspaper Articles

For a comprehensive list of available resources, see Newspapers.

Other Types of Literature

Grey literature is materials and research produced by organizations outside of the traditional commercial or academic publishing and distribution channels.   Examples of grey (gray) literature include technical or research reports, doctoral dissertations, some conference papers, some official publications, etc.  Exact sources for grey literature will vary depending on topic.

A white paper is a persuasive essay that uses facts and logic to promote a certain product, service, or viewpoint. The content provides useful information for people who want to understand an issue, solve a problem, or make a decision. (From:

Just about every industry can have white papers, so in addition to the resources below, consider a Google search with "white papers" X (where X is your topic; e.g. "white papers" lasers; "white papers" 5g.



Need Help?

If you have questions about or need help with any of these resources, contact:

Sue Collins
Liaison Librarian for EPP and History

Prepared by Sue Collins and Ryan Splenda 
January 2018