September 07, 2010

Where can I find Harvard Business Review articles online?

Harvard Business Review (HBR) is available in full-text through the library’s subscription to Business Source Premier.

To access HBR articles follow the steps below:

  1. Go to the library catalogue and do a title search. To narrow your search, choose ‘Journals’ from the Select Collection menu.


  2. Click on ‘Harvard Business Review [electronic resource]’ then follow the link to Business Source Premier.

  3. You will be taken to the publication page on Business Source Premier for Harvard Business Review. From here you can browse issues using the ‘All Issues’ navigation. Alternatively you have the option to search within the journal.

    HBR on Business Source Premier

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  1. Hi Emma,

    Could you please help me locate the website which gives statistics on various industries size of each market . I have forgotten site name and it used to appear on the home page of library previously.



    27 Sep 2010, 19:20

  2. Emma Cragg

    Hi Senthuran,

    We have access to a range of market research databases, all accessible via the Key Electronic Resources for Business page on the library website.

    From the sound of what you’re looking for I would suggest either Passport GMID for global markets or Mintel Oxygen for UK data.

    28 Sep 2010, 12:21

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