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How can I get access to the Harvard Business Review?

Last Updated: May 15, 2015  |  291 Views

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You can use the E-Journal Portal to search for any journal by title. You will see that the Harvard Business Review (HBR) is available in multiple databases. Pay attention to the date range that is covered in each database. Currently, Business Source Premier provides HBR content from 1922-present, so it would be an excellent choice.

We also subscribe to HBR in print. You will find current issues on the Lower Level of Pius Library (call number HF5001 .H3), where you are welcome to browse through them. Use the library catalog to find out which back issues we own in print.

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