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What is a peer-reviewed article?
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Is The Economist a peer-reviewed journal?
It is important to note that there are many magazines that are not peer-reviewed but are considered reputable sources of information, for example, The Economist. You must use your discretion when using a non peer-reviewed source in your research and, when in doubt, ask a librarian or your professor.
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