The Stanford Business Library has a wide range of resources to assist you with research projects, job searches, and class assignments. The SearchWorks library catalog indexes Business Library resources.
All Library Resources
|Research Databases & Datasets||Access business databases and other research databases through Stanford’s library system. We also provide guides to a number of the more frequently used databases.|
|Research Guides||Get help researching business subjects from these sources recommended by your librarians.|
|Journals||Access Business Library’s journal collections as well as other journal collections.|
|Books||Find books at all Stanford libraries in the SearchWorks library catalog. You can also search specifically for eBooks. Learn how to request and pick up books.|
|Course Reserve||Search for the reserved materials for your courses, by course ID, description, or instructor.|
|Working Papers||Explore pre-publication research papers from the faculty of Stanford GSB and other academic institutions.|
|Case Studies||Find case studies from Stanford GSB and other academic institutions.|
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