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Books

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Books in the IESE Library

Books in the IESE Library

New Books

New Books

New Books this Month in the IESE Library 

E-books

E-books

Locate e-books in the IESE library collection by title, ISBN, author or vendor. You can find subscribed books from different providers including EBSCO, OECD iLibrary, Springer and Elsevier, as well as different ebooks available for free.

EBSCO’s multidisciplinary eBooks Portal. Ebooks download allowed.

A multidisciplinary platform that includes more than 112,000 Spanish electronic books from top academic publishers. Ebooks download allowed (registration is required).

Recommended Course Books

Recommended Course Books

Books Written by IESE Faculty

Books Written by IESE Faculty

Business Knowledge Portal. Books, articles, papers, studies, reports, cases, technical notes..

Obtaining Books

Obtaining Books

Buy a book for faculty or staff: Proposals for purchase

Request a book from other libraries: library@iese.edu

Book Reviews

Book Reviews

Reviews published in magazines. Under "Limit your results" select "Document Type= Book review".

Look under the "Limit your results" section, see the "Publication type" box, and select the "Book review" option.

JSTOR will search over 200 business publications when you select Advanced Search and pick "business" as a topic. Must select 'Review' as 'Item Type' in the 'Narrow Results:' section. 

See Business Book Reviews 
​Soundview also publishes free-newsletters to keep business executives up-to-date on the latest in business thinking.

A search for articles includes book reviews. A separate "book review" feature does not exist.

To search for book reviews in newspaper databases in Factiva:
1. Use the AUTHOR's last name and words or phrases from the TITLE of the book, including the SUBtitle.
2. Separate each of these elements with AND. Do not use little words, like prepositions and articles.
3. Take opportunities to put in dates, using the year the book was first published and maybe the following year.

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