The HBS Archives include the records of Harvard Business School from its founding in 1908 to the present day. The archives are a rich resource to learn about subjects such as: the development of the case method, changes in curriculum, the intersection of the School and innovations in business, and the global impact of Harvard Business School.
About This Collection
Written by HBS Doctoral students in their final years at HBS, these original works typically include presentation, analysis, and evaluation of unique data yielding significant, relevant, and independent research conclusions in major fields of study. Focus areas include managerial performance; economic, behavioral, psychological and administrative theory; formulating, executing, and evaluating strategy; the use of economic analysis and statistical methods for dealing effectively with management problems; and applied business fields such as capital markets, financial institutions, corporate finance, experimental and behavioral economics, business strategy and industrial organization. Research themes include innovation, entrepreneurship, organizational learning, and networks.
Printed copies of HBS Doctoral theses are available for use in Baker Library Special Collections.
Electronic versions are available through the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses database (HU PIN required).
Since 2015, electronic copies are also available through DASH, Harvard's open access repository.