Harvard Business School Working Papers Collection
A working paper summarizes original research in a narrow segment of a field of study, and is intended for publication within a period of one to three years. To find working papers:
- HBS Faculty and Research Web site—Working Papers
For a list of current HBS working papers back to 1995/1996 with access to complete text (Acrobat PDF Version) for many of the papers.
Harvard Business School Archives-Working Papers
For a browseable list of all HBS working papers held in the HBS Archives. Contact Baker Library Historical Collections to request a copy. All HBS Working Papers are copyrighted by their authors. For permission to reproduce, contact an author directly.
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Institute of Economic Research (HIER)
Research activities of Harvard University economics professors.
Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
Empirical research (e.g., statistical measures; public policy and the U.S. economy; quantitative models of economic behavior).
Science Research Network (SSRN)
Specialized research in the areas of accounting, economics, financial economics, legal scholarship, and management. Use to set up e-mail alerts.
Working Papers from Other B-Schools
- London Business School Working Papers
- Sloan School of Management Working Papers Index
- University of Chicago Center for Research in Security Prices (CRSP)
- University of Michigan Business School
- Yale School of Management
Access to RePEc (Research Papers in Economics), the world's largest collection of on-line economics working papers, journal articles, and software.
- Federal Reserve
Board: Working Papers
Subjects such as monetary policy, credit, and banking regulations; and empirical research on government debt, bond prices and activity, and economic forecasting models.
- Federal Trade Commission
Markets and competition.
- International Monetary Fund Working Papers
IMF working papers cover currency issues, international monetary and fiscal policy, debt reduction and relief, and countries such as Asia, Latin America, Africa, and Europe.
- OECD Economics Working Papers
OECD's working papers cover a wide range of topics essential for understanding today's world economy, such as agriculture, energy, environment, trade, and labor markets.