This page provides grey literature information sources for subjects outside of the Health Sciences. Subjects include Anthropology, Business and Economics, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, and Women’s Studies. Sources include individual open access articles, a federated search platform to find grey literature regardless of discipline, a repository of documents related to nuclear sciences and associated technology, and online portals compiled by academic institutions.
Anthropology Research Guide – Grey Literature, Robert W. Woodruff Library, Emory University
Archaeological Grey Reports: Current Issues and Their Potential for the Future: This 2014 article written by Teija Oikarinen and published by the Archaeological Society of Finland, discusses the valuable role of archaeological reports as a form of grey literature.
Business and Economics
Biznar, Deep Web Technologies: Biznar is a free-to-use deep web search tool for business and marketing information
Carleton Undergraduate Economics Society (CUES) Course Guide, Carleton University: This course guide’s grey literature page lists several grey literature sources for economics.
BUSN/ECON 380: Research Methods in Economics/Business, Kalamazoo College: This course’s guide’s grey literature page briefly introduces grey literature, and lists US-focused sources for grey literature on business and economics.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
International Nuclear Information System (INIS), The International Atomic Energy Agency: The INIS repository is one of the world’s largest collections of published information on the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. A detailed description of the collection is available in this article published in The Grey Journal.
Energy Systems Engineering LibGuide – Technical Reports, Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey: This page has an extensive list of sources for technical reports relevant to Energy Systems Engineering.
Statistics & Probability as a Discipline: Grey Literature, Hirsh Health Sciences Library, Tufts University, USA. This research guide focuses on “statistics as a discipline, separate from the data that it addresses”. The grey literature page lists several useful sources on statistical methods and tools, their patentability, etc.
Technology Guide: Grey Literature, Wilmington University, USA: This subject guide on Technology has an extensive list of sources for technical reports and other grey documents on the subject.
WorldWideScience.org, Office of Science and Technology Information, USA: WorldWideScience is a federated search of national and international repositories of scientific research.
WST 2010: Introduction to Women’s Studies – Grey Literature & Trusted Sites Florida Atlantic University, USA: This study guide, aimed at Women’s Studies undergraduate students, lists grey literature sources and trusted sites relevant to the discipline.