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  • Request Articles - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    Requesting Articles Use the Article Request Form to request articles from print or electronic resources not available at Baker Library HBS faculty may also request the retrieval of articles available at Baker Library fees apply Fees Faculty quick code accounts will be charged fees set by the lending institution Faculty may request the retrieval of articles available at Baker Library The fee for this service is 5 00 for a

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  • Workshops - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    of information resources It also connects you to the broader resources of the Harvard University Libraries With so many resources available sometimes it s not easy to find and evaluate the information you need Don t hesitate to ask for assistance Also look for information about library services and resources integrated into other programming e g Career and Professional Development and Alumni Reunions See recommended resources for Research Assistance Ask

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  • Buy Journals and Books - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    B71B Types of Materials Books working papers journal and newspaper subscriptions print Electronic journal and newspaper subscriptions Memberships to professional organizations only if membership is necessary to receive a subscription to a journal Video recordings and CDs Economic financial or market research data Faculty who have specific data extraction and manipulation needs should contact Baker Library Research Services staff 5 6046 Baker Library and the DRFD have an arrangement to obtain the Wall Street Journal in bulk for HBS faculty and staff departmental offices Books being used to teach a course should be obtained directly from the publisher Multiple course books should be ordered through the Coop Reimbursement Faculty and staff requiring personal reimbursement for books should Send the books to Kristien Creamer Baker Library B71B to be stamped Property of Harvard Business School to indicate they were purchased using research funds Faculty should give all receipts to his or her faculty assistant who will process the reimbursement Delivery Standard Service Books are delivered within five to ten days International titles can take two to four weeks Books are sent to faculty staff offices via inter office mail Journal subscriptions take four to six weeks Foreign subscriptions can take up to eight weeks If pre payment by check is required delivery to the faculty staff member is normally four to six weeks for domestic titles and eight to twelve weeks for international titles Journals are mailed directly to the faculty staff member s campus office It is HBS policy that subscriptions may not be mailed to a faculty or staff member s home Rush Service for books and non subscription items only For materials designated as Rush the library will get the materials the fastest way possible Delivery to faculty will usually be within twenty four hours if available at

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  • Course Reserves - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    RAs or FAs may place materials on reserve for an HBS course at any time Use the Reserve Request Form to place an item on Reserve Reserve materials are kept at the Baker Library Stamps Reading Room Service Desk Sample exams should be distributed via the course platform For procedures and copyright information refer to the FA myHBS or contact Amber Kidd Contact infoservices hbs edu with questions or inquiries Policies Items on reserve should be course related for the current semester Personal copies will not be allowed unless related to coursework for the current semester The number of copies for a given title will be limited to two 2 Reserve materials will be returned to the library shelves or in the case of personal copies to the faculty immediately after exams each semester To keep an item on reserve for additional semesters fill out a new Reserve Request Form Note All materials on reserve must comply with copyright restrictions The copyright law of the United States Title 17 United States Code governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material Under certain conditions specified in the law libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or

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  • Baker Research Services - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    faculty doctoral students and RAs with research assistance specializing in data retrieval and analysis Requests can be made by e mail to Sarah Eriksen or by telephone 5 6374 See Who to Contact for contact information by project type Contact us for Data sourcing and purchasing Data gathering analysis and management Methodological and statistical consultation Programming Database and software support RA doctoral Literature reviews Fact checking Typical projects include Quick

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  • Who to Contact - Baker Research Services - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    Contact By Type of Work Data Purchasing Sarah Eriksen 495 6374 Data Gathering Analysis and Management Updates Event Studies Time Series Company Industry Macroeconomics Patrick Clapp 495 6663 Jeff Cronin 495 6085 Sarah Eriksen 495 6374 Barbara Esty 495 6048 Erika McCaffrey 495 6899 Christine Rivera 496 9960 Kathleen Ryan 495 6602 James Zeitler 495 6837 Statistical Methods Econometrics Christine Rivera 496 9960 James Zeitler 495 6837 Literature Searches Patrick

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  • Sample Projects - Baker Research Services- Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    data for 10 emerging market countries Stock Price Graph Created a graph of the Asahi Glass stock price indexed to the Tokyo Stock Exchange Index Historical Industry Betas Calculated and analyzed betas for the US household durable goods industry for 1990 2003 Custom Industry Index Created a custom market value weighted index for the meat processing industry Tax Practices Database Built a database and analyzed data on corporate tax avoidance practices for 80 countries Market Share Data Found 10 years of LCD camcorder and flat screen TV market share data for Sharp Corp Major US Company Ownership Identified major stock ownership of all US companies using SEC data on 5 owners institutional owners and insiders Historical CEO Tracking Created a database of 251 new CEOs appointed in 1997 identifying their current firm and position Historical Country Data Found data for 22 countries from 1950 2000 on s of TVs refrigerators and automobiles as well as population and GDP Non Profit Data Compiled data on the size and scope of the non profit sector in the UK and US including employment and non profit finances Crime Data Gathered violent crime property crime and motor vehicle theft data for 50 US cities

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  • Collections - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    The Stamps Reading Room houses additional book collections including Core Collection established in 1969 as a browsing collection the Core Collection contains more than 2 000 books that reflect the teaching and interests of the Harvard Business School List of Core Collection Books by Call Number Generated 5 29 2013 Harvard Business School Thesis Dissertation Collection Circulating copies of HBS DBA theses completed before 2005 Recent dissertations can be downloaded from Dissertation Abstracts Digital Dissertations UMI and microfilm copies of selected HBS theses since 1972 are available through University Microfilm Incorporated Earlier theses can be ordered through the Imaging Lab at Harvard College 617 495 3995 Archival copies of HBS dissertations together with selected HBS PhD Business Economics dissertations are held in the Historical Collections Department For more information please contact the Historical Collections Reference Staff Reference Collection noncirculating collection of dictionaries encyclopedias statistical compendia directories etc Reserve Collection Materials supporting current HBS classes Reserve materials may be used in the library for two hours at a time Schwartz Collection highlights artists whose work can be found on the HBS campus More Serials Newspapers and Journals Serial publications can be searched by title and subject in the HOLLIS catalog and HOLLIS Classic Both catalogs will give the location for print and microforms and links to electronic editions Find Articles or Journals for more information The current issue and up to two years of most active journals and magazines are housed in alphabetical order in the Stamps Reading Room as are the most recent editions of several newspapers Bound volumes are kept in the Baker Library stacks or in Baker Old Class Serials do not circulate outside of Baker Library Titles that ceased publication before 1971 are in the Baker Old Class collection Request issues through the Old Class Retrieval Request

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