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Harvard Business Review at UWT

Finding HBR Articles

Finding Harvard Business Review (HBR) articles can be a little tricky, because HBR does not make all of their content available to us through the library. However, with just a few strategic searching strategies, you can easily search for HBR articles specific to your research question.

Business Source Complete

When making your search in Business Source Complete, use one bar to type "Harvard Business Review" (the quotation marks are important!). In the drop-down, select "SO Publication Name." Make sure your next search term has "AND" in front of the bar--this means that you will only retrieve articles published in HBR that also have your keyword(s).

The Catalog

"Harvard Business Review" in advanced searchOpen up the Advanced Search in the catalog. Type "Harvard Business Review" (the quotation marks are important!). Use the second bar to type your keyword. Under "Material Type" select "Articles." After pressing Search, scroll down the page until you see the purple box "Journal Title" on the left side. Select Harvard business review and Harvard business review: HBR. Click "Apply" so that all of your results are published in HBR.

Click Harvard Business Review and Harvard Business Review: HBR in Journal Title box on left.

 

HBR Restrictions

  • Harvard Publishing prohibits the use of HBR articles as course readings. Article sharing with enrolled students and uploading in Canvas are not permitted under the Libraries license.
  • Corresponding to the license restrictions, most HBR articles in EBSCO are locked to prevent printing, saving, and sharing.
  • Faculty may request class-use permissions through the Harvard Business Publishing educators website. Most articles involve a student fee around $10.

Harvard Case Studies

  • Harvard Business Cases are not available through the UW Libraries, nor can the library request cases through Interlibrary Loan.
  • Faculty and students may purchase Harvard cases on the Harvard Business Publishing educators website. Most cases involve a student expense of around $15 each.

Alternatives to Harvard Cases