Answered By: Charlotte Myers
Last Updated: Sep 21, 2018     Views: 2012

Finding Articles from the Harvard Business Review Using Business Source Premier

This database includes full text of the Harvard Business Review from 1922 to the present.

  1. Enter the Business Source Premier database.
  2. Select Publications from the menu at the top of the screen.
  3. Type in Harvard Business Review in the Browsing: Business Source Premier: Publications box and click Browse
  4. Click the link for Harvard Business Review.
  5. If you know the citation of the specific article you are seeking, from this page you can click on the publication year, then select the volume number and issue.
  6. You can also click the link for Search within this Publication. Type in keywords, author's name, or part of the title into the second search box to generate a list of results.
  7. Select PDF Full Text or HTML Full Text to view the article. You may also be able to print or download the article, if these functions are available. 


Alternatively, you can use Gumberg Library's catalog, QuickSearch, to find articles from the Harvard Business Review. If you know the specific article you are seeking, simply type in "Harvard Business Review" in quotation marks, as well as the article title in quotation marks. If you are browsing for articles, type in "Harvard Business Review" in quotation marks, and add any keywords to narrow down to a specific topic. 


Please note: this does not include Harvard Business School Case Studies, as the publisher does not allow libraries to have access to case studies. You will have to purchase case studies directly from Harvard Business School Cases, or consult with your professor.


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