Baker Research Services provides faculty, doctoral students, and RAs with research assistance, specializing in data retrieval and analysis.
HBS Faculty and Staff have unparalleled support from the team of experts at Baker Library. Whether you are beginning to explore a new idea or are ready to share your research after years of work, we are here to support you.
Featured services for Faculty and Staff:
For a full list of library services for Faculty and Staff, please see below.
Baker Library can help you negotiate favorable contract and license terms, reach deals for best possible pricing, and identify cost-share partners both within HBS and at other schools within Harvard University.
Creation of stable links for course-related readings. Print materials can be placed on Reserve for use within the Stamps Reading Room.
Learn how Baker Library provides course services to support both your teaching and your students' learning.
Special Collections provides a range of services to Harvard Business School and Harvard University faculty and students to support their teaching and learning objectives.
HBS Faculty and staff may request durable links to articles for posting to the course platform. Please enter article citations using the form below or upload a document containing citations.
Curriculum & Learning Services (CLS) partners with faculty to bring the library into the MBA classroom. CLS works with MBA students to provide a range of research services to support course assignments, career research, independent projects, business plans, and much more.
Baker Library's deep expertise with the licensed and publically available databases, as well as print collections, enables us to efficiently and effectively download, scrape, merge, and clean data from disparate sources
Baker Library can help you in the early stages of a research project to test your concepts and streamline your research process or computer programs.
Baker Library provides a comprehensive list of resources for doctoral students who, upon completion of a research project, would like to deposit their data in a secure repository on their own.
Tours of the current exhibit on display in the lobby of Baker Library | Bloomberg Center.
We can provide you with fact checking and background information for media interviews, teaching prep, and case writing.
HBS is committed to preserving the research and teaching of the School. Baker Library offers faculty the opportunity to organize and archive their current work, both in print and digital. The Faculty Research Archiving Service ensures that this work is retained and can be easily retrieved.
Fast Answers is a set of FAQ's that direct researchers to the best tools and search strategies to answer specific business research questions.
Harvard Library tools and services that facilitate the access & delivery of books and articles from Harvard libraries and beyond.
HBS holds an extensive art collection, including paintings, photographs, prints and sculpture. Tours are available to the HBS community.
Upon completion of a research project, Baker Library provides full service for faculty interested in depositing their research data into HBS Dataverse, our secure online repository.
Staffed by a small team of experienced journalists, Harvard Business School Working Knowledge publishes accessible feature articles about faculty research (and practice) for an audience of business practitioners. We also publish brief summaries of every working paper published through HBS. Our goal: to explain the practical relevance of economic research to a non-academic audience.
Baker Library provides hands on assistance to our researchers.
HBS produces many types of information that are extremely important to our success as a global research and teaching institution. The Information Product team helps HBS content owners and managers organize, maintain, and deliver content in a consistent and formal manner so they can be available for use, reuse, and enhanced search and findability in the myriad of information products (websites, newsletters, articles, databases, etc) produced at HBS.
We can leverage your time and add value to your research by conducting a literature review to support your work, whether it be for a research project, for teaching prep, or to support your cases, articles, or books.
We can meet with you to review your methodology and recommend ways to design your collection and organization of data to support your research.
HBS faculty, Research Assistants and Faculty Assistants should use this form to place materials on reserve for an HBS course.
If you are an HBS Research Assistant or Faculty Support Specialist, you can set up a proxy account to borrow library material on behalf of your faculty member.
Baker staff is committed to providing timely acquisition of books, subscriptions, and other materials for faculty research and office collections.
Records management staff provide guidance and resources for all stages in the records and information lifecycle, from creating records through destruction of non-permanent records or the transfer of permanent records to the HBS Archives.
Use the RefWorks citation management tool to organize citations, create bibliographies and store all of your important research documentation.
HBS is committed to preserving the intellectual thought of the School. Research data, including data sets and the associated research files, are a vital component of this record. Baker Library can provide easy access to your data and related materials and ensure that they are preserved in a secure repository.
Information on fellowships that include support for research at Baker Library.
Research archivists and librarians are available to work with you to identify and review potential resources for your research project.
Do you want to schedule a research consultation with a Baker librarian? Find out more about how we can help.
HBS Dataverse is HBS' online repository for keeping your research data and documentation secure and accessible. Features allow you to easily link to your data or share your data with others if you choose.
Need something that isn’t already in the Harvard Library collection? Let us know and we will consider purchasing it for Baker Library.
Baker Library provides workshops, presentations and information sessions for faculty, students and alumni; as well as directly to students in the classroom. Learn more about our presentations, including how to schedule one for your course or club.