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Business Research

This guide was designed to help business students understand the basics of how to perform academic research.

Harvard Business Review

The library has access to the Harvard Business Review, a popular resource for business students and professionals.  Follow these directions to find articles in this publication.

Harvard Business Review can be accessed through the Business Source Ultimate Database. 

  • From the library's homepage (http://leeuniversity.edu/library/), choose "Databases." 
  • From the alphabetical listing, choose "B" and scroll down and click on "Business Source Ultimate."

  • If you want to search through the Harvard Business Review for a specific topic, begin your search on the landing page for Business Source Ultimate. 
    • In the first search box enter in Harvard Business Review and then choose "SO Publication Name" from the drop down menu.
    • In the next search box(es), enter in your search term(s).
    • Click Search
    • Your results should all be articles published in the Harvard Business Review.

  • If you know the specific issue you want to browse, you may choose "Publications" from the top of the page.
    • In the "Browse" box, type in Harvard Business Review and click Browse.
    • Choose Harvard Business Review from the list.
    • You may now browse this publication by issue date.