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Hundreds of used books are for sale at the Library from April 20th to 30th.
Don’t miss this opportunity to enrich your own personal library for only 1€ per book.
See also The Economist’s special report.
On the ground floor of the Library from Friday 24 to Sunday 2 April.
From 6 to 12 March.
See also our top 5 journals in Women’s studies ranked by Impact Factor:
Gender & Society IF 2.400
Psychology of Women Quarterly IF 2.397
Journal of Women’s Health IF 2.032
Women’s Health Issues IF 1.811
Gender Work and Organization IF 1.325
Dear 17D Class,
Welcome to INSEAD.
Here are a few pointers to get a head start:
Are you in the job search mode yet?
Stop by on the ground floor of the library to check out our job search corner. Last year’s most popular titles: Ace Your Case, Case in Point, Crack the Case.
Looking to improve your Français, Italiano, or Deutsch to ace the 3rd language requirement?
What about textbooks?
Most recent editions of textbooks cannot be checked out of the library, however, you are welcome to pick one up from the shelves on the ground floor and read it “in house”. No need to carry these heavy items around everyday. We also have a small selection of e-textbooks (look for the ‘online access’ mention).
Where can I find articles on a topic? How do I start researching a company?
You can start on this databases page, use these research guides or video tutorials. If you want to know how to get full text articles from the Harvard Business Review or the Financial Times, create a target list of companies, find SWOT analyses and more, contact the research librarians.
How do I contact you?
We look forward to seeing you,
The Doriot and Tanoto Libraries are hosting a special display on Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström who have been awarded The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2016, “for their contributions to contract theory”.
In conjunction with the first Conférence de l’INSEAD 2016-2017, “Réapprendre à penser la guerre pour la contenir, la limiter, en restreindre la sauvagerie: est-ce possible ?” on Thursday 13 October, the library is hosting a special display of books written by Jean-Claude Guillebaud. The speaker is a writer, journalist and publisher. His last book “Le tourment de la guerre” was published in 2016 by the editions L’Iconoclaste.
He has given two previous INSEAD conferences which are available on DVD and will also be on display.
On the ground floor of the library from Monday 10 to Sunday 16 October.