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The business library exists primarily to serve the research, teaching, and learning needs of current Stanford GSB faculty, staff, and students.

It is also open to other members of the Stanford community, including Stanford GSB alumni, for their business research needs, and to members of the public.

Founded in 1933, the Stanford GSB library is an intellectual commons that supports the mission of the school by enabling the exchange and creation of ideas and information. Our collection, digital and physical, covers a broad range of management topics and includes material on finance, accounting, economics, political economy, marketing, organizational behavior,  and international business. We have an extensive collection of company and industry information and statistics.

Tour the Library
Get a closer look at the Stanford GSB library in the Bass Center.

Library Blog

Check out WSJ’s Real Time Economics site which provides current economic insight and analysis on economic hot button issues. I was particularly intrigued by this title on the site, “It Took the Telephone 75 Years To Do What Angry Birds Did in 35 Days. But What Does That Mean?” Enjoy!