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Answered By: Kate Anderson, Business Librarian
Last Updated: Jul 05, 2016     Views: 89

Articles and some (mostly fictional) case studies from Harvard Business Review [HBR] can be found in the Business Source Complete via EBSCO database. To find the HBR articles in the database, type your keywords into the search box (or leave the search box blank if you want to see all of the HBR articles), then type "Harvard Business Review" into the Publication box.

Articles from HBR are accessible to all students and faculty through the Business Source Complete database; however, SMEs/faculty should not embed or otherwise insert links to the HBR articles in courses because Harvard places copyright restrictions on how these articles can be shared and utilized. The articles can only be accessed in full-text by actually going into the database and searching for them directly - not through links or embedding.