Is it possible to search multiple journals in google scholar?
I know how to search in "one" journal by using the following code. For example: serach "performance measure" in the journal called "the accounting review" https://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=%22performance%20measure%22&as_publication=%22the+accounting+review%22&hl However, I have a list of journals (around 10 journals) and I want to search them with one key word in once. Is it possible to doing so? For example, I want to search "performance measure" in two journals, "the accounting review" and "management science." I try to use the following code, but it does not work. https://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=%22performance%20measure%22&as_publication=(%22the+accounting+review%22)+(%22management+science%22)&hl Thanks in advance.
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