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Using the Harvard Business Review

Accessing the Harvard Business Review

Harvard Business Publishing

Starting in 2013, Harvard Business Review changed its policy around printing some of its most-read articles.

Read about this decision here in The Harvard Crimson.

These articles have been set to "read only," which means that they cannot be printed. A PDF of the article may be downloaded and saved, but printing has been disabled within the file.

The spreadsheet below provides a list of the 500 articles impacted by this change.

Santa Clara University Library subscribes to the Harvard Business Review. Here is the quickest way to get access to articles published 1922-Present:

Licensing Agreement

Harvard Business Publishing prohibits the collecting/posting of case, article, or chapter files on "e-reserve" course pages or institutional platforms, such as Camino.

Only approved course pack or institutional access links to content may be posted for student use unless otherwise authorized. Authorized links must be password-protected, accessible only to students in the course, and taken down at the end of the course.