Q. I can't access an article in the Harvard Business Review. What should I do?

I need to read an HBR article but I can't find it when I search in the library.

Answer

You can search for Harvard Business Review articles by title or keyword in both CityLibrary Search and in Business Source Complete

If you are having trouble finding the article, you can also look it up using the year, volume, and page numbers in the reference, using our Journals A-Z feature:

 

1. Find the Journals A-Z on the Cass Library Homepage: 

 

2. Search for "Harvard Business Review" then click the link to login to it via Business Source Complete.3. On the right side of the page, select the article year and issue and then you should be able to find the article in the particular issue you selected.

You can also use this method to browse through recent issues of the journal online, or visit Cass Library to read print copies.

 

If you have tried these instructions and are still experiencing difficulty finding content via the Harvard Business Review, please contact us at e-access@city.ac.uk 

  • Last Updated 08 May 2018
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  • Answered By Samantha Halford

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