IDEAs: a new article database

September 20, 2011 at 3:24 pm Leave a comment

We are pleased to announce a new article database, created and developed by the Library: 

IDEAs – INSEAD Depository of e-Articles 1994-2007

which indexes 400 000 articles from the journals and magazines most used by our Faculty.

Why use IDEAs?

  • It covers a broad range of topics in the areas of accounting, decision sciences, economics & political science, entrepreneurship, finance, marketing, OB, strategy and TOM. 
  • Many articles are not indexed elsewhere.
  • Its historical content can help you see where today’s ideas originated, how business ideas have evolved. 
  • ALL articles are available in pdf format from the library, unlike some commercial databases.

How can I get articles?

  • Although all articles are in the library collection, copyright laws do not allow us to provide direct links to the pdf files.
  • To get an article, just click on ‘Request article’ and it will be sent to you the same day on weekdays (the following Monday for requests on weekends).

Why a historical database?

  • From 1994-2007, the Doriot Library catalogued every article published in the 400 journals and magazines used by the faculty.
  • This service was stopped when e-journals and e-tables of contents became available.
  • To make the most of this valuable archive, the Library developed an easy-to-use web interface with searching and browsing features, including permanent links to searches.

Try it now for your historical business and management research!

Entry filed under: Databases, Faculty & PhDs, Journals & Magazines.

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