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Journal articles, news and case studies: Harvard Business Review

Access your Unit of Study readings from Harvard Business Review

Recent articles from Harvard Business Review are currently unavailable via Canvas.

To access a specific article follow these steps:

Step 1: Click the link below to access Harvard Business Review via EBSCO. Note: if you receive an "Error in HttpHandler" message after clicking on the link below, please close the page with the HttpHandler message and try the link again.


Step 2: Enter the title of the article into the second search box at the top of the page. In the following example we are looking for:
Whitler, K. A. (2019). What Western marketers can learn from China. Harvard Business Review, 97(3), 74-82.

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Step 3: Click on the Search button.

Step 4: From your search results page, click on the PDF Full Text link to access the article.

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Search across the HBR archive (vol. 1, 1922- )

  1.  Enter your search terms into the boxes at the top of the page:  
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  2.  Scroll down to the Publication search box. 
     Enter Harvard Business Review
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  1.  Open Business Source Ultimate.  Click on the Publications tab at the top left of the screen.
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  2.  Type Harvard Business Review into the Browse for box
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  3.  Click on the Harvard Business Review title
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