Research Resources

Stanford University is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading research universities.

PhD students and faculty can access an extensive network of research resources from across the school and the university.

Research Centers

Within Stanford GSB, we have research initiatives focused on corporate governance, corporations and society, energy business innovations, and social impact.

Other Stanford schools and departments host research centers and institutes across a wide range of topics.

Specialized Libraries

Stanford is home to more than 20 individual libraries, each with a world-class collection of books, journals, films, maps, and databases.

In addition to our business library, students have access to libraries across the Stanford campus, such as the Hoover Institution Library, the Mathematics & Statistics Library, and the Robert Crown Law Library.

individual using Behavioral Lab resources

The Behavioral Lab is an interdisciplinary social research laboratory open to all Stanford GSB faculty and PhD students. The lab’s research primarily spans the fields of organizational behavior and behavioral marketing, and covers a rich and diverse array of topics, including attitudes and preferences, consumer decision-making, group dynamics, leadership, morality, power, and prosocial behavior.

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Alumni Spotlight
Assistant Professor, Harvard Business School
PhD
2011

Stanford GSB is very willing to let you take risks, and is incredibly rich in what it can offer, from faculty to research tools to peers who talk as passionately about their fields of study as you do.

Alumni Spotlight
Associate Professor of Management and Organizations, UCLA Anderson School of Management
PhD
2006

It was a pretty amazing time, in terms of both productivity and intellectual engagement. Stanford has one of the purest research cultures I’ve ever experienced, and it’s something I’m trying to replicate with my own students today.