Managing Business Collections in Libraries


Business information is in strong demand by a wide range of library patrons. Academic librarians must meet the needs of undergraduates, graduates, and faculty who require information about businesses for their coursework and research; school librarians must deal with sophisticated financial questions from students in a variety of classes; public librarians must provide investors and job seekers with information about financial trends, prospective employers, and particular industries; and special librarians must provide their users with immediate and current data about clients, competitors, and markets. This professional management guide offers valuable, practical advice to all types of librarians new to providing business information to a wide range of clients wth differing needs.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Carolyn A. Sheehy
  • Judith A. Truelson
  • Rebecca A. Smith
  • Lynn W. Livingston
  • Robert V. Labaree
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1997


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