Did you know that new information is added every week to the Library databases?
This is not available for free on the web!
Make the most of this access while you are at INSEAD
This is a just a highlight of some selected reports released in the past two weeks only, check it out!
Recent Industry & Market research:
- Clothing and Footwear: Trends, Developments and Prospects
(63 p. October 2009.) from Euromonitor
- Recession strategies for Food and drinks companies
(October 2009- 98 pages.) from Business Insights
- The Future of Clean Thermal Technologies
(October 2009 – 125 pages.) from Business Insights
Recent company profiles and analysis:
- SYSCO Corporation
- Adidas AG
- AT&T Inc.
- Bloomberg LP.
From MarketLine(includes SWOT analysis)
- Morgan Stanley on Yahoo! inc.,
- Credit Suisse on Monsanto Co.
- BNP Paribas on Kia Motors corporation
from Investext via Thomson Research (Investment brokers report)
All this is available at your fingertips on or off-campus!
Be sure to start exploring from this page and contact your reference librarians if you have any questions.
October 28, 2009 at 1:24 pm
Elinor Ostrom from Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA, and Oliver E. Williamson from the University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA. Click on the picture to be directed to the Nobel Prize site and read more.
Check the Library catalog for books from these authors!
October 12, 2009 at 2:54 pm
In conjunction with the Alumni Reunion Weekend, the library is hosting a special display of books written by INSEAD Alumni.
Come and discover some of their books, as well as the latest Faculty publications.
These books can be checked out at the circulation desk on the same floor. You can also view the entire bibliography, it includes the call numbers so you can easily retrieve the books even after the display is over
October 8, 2009 at 9:31 am
A new menu called Find Information has been added to the Library’s left-hand navigation, grouping together services by type of information: books, electronic resources, journals and the Europe campus’ reference collection.
Links to the Catalogue and most-used services that appeared in the previous menu are still readily available in the right-hand side Quick Links menu.
This part of the menu has been modified:
and now looks like this:
Contact the Libraries if you have any questions.
October 6, 2009 at 5:34 pm
The Doriot Library is hosting a display on all the books by the
INSEAD Social Innovation Centre (ISIC)
from Monday 5 October to Tuesday 17 November 2009
October 2, 2009 at 10:53 am
Geoffrey Nunberg, a linguist, and adjunct full professor at the School of Information at the University of California at Berkeley lists numerous mistakes found in the indexing (or metadata) of Google Book Search in this Chronicle of Higher Education article. The author points out some odd finds:
Stephen King’s Christine written in 1899
An edition of Moby Dick is labeled in the Computers category etc..
For illustrations and screenshot of the mistakes cited you can also take a look at this presentation.
September 3, 2009 at 11:29 am
Are you in the job search mode yet?
Stop by on the ground floor of the library to check out (3 day loans) our job search corner. Last year’s most popular titles: Ace Your Case, Case in Point, Crack the Case. See the full list here.
Looking to improve your Français, Italiano, or Deutsch before the language placement test?
Check out our language books, here is a selected list . For more material on various languages, just use the Library catalog and type (for instance) “japanese language” to retrieve relevant grammar and foreign language textbooks!
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.
What do you mean “Google does not have everything”!?
At least not yet! 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, attend one of the training sessions offered by the Library, no need to register!
How do I contact you?
The Doriot Library is opened 24/7 and staffed Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 7:30pm, you can also contact a person or a department by phone or email from the staff directory page.
August 20, 2009 at 1:09 pm