News database LexisNexis is available via Databases A-Z
LexisNexis Academic offers more than 17,000 business, legal and news sources, available to faculty and students.
The news archive covers 1980 to today.
Server Maintenance affects Databases A-Z and LUBsearch
March 30 to April 3 server maintenance means that Databases A-Z will not be available. Also the "regular" link to LUBsearch will not work. Appearance and functionality of LUBsearch will also be affected.
You reach LUBsearch via this link: http://bit.ly/2nPKds4
And Databases A-Z via this link: http://libguides.lub.lu.se/az.php
Swedish House of Finance (SHoF) National Research Data Center
Access to new database.
Swedish House of Finance (SHoF) National Research Data Center offers a web-based data platform. The data sets are available for the academic community only and are mainly free of charge. The initiative provides users with a single platform to access several types of data such as daily asset pricing data, high frequency asset pricing data, accounting data, sustainable economics data, and insurance data.
- NASDAQ HFT
- Insurance Data
Please note: the site also links to licensed databases which you may or may not have access to via Lund University.
Library opening hours during the summer
National Day, 6 June Closed
We are open Monday to Friday:
|7 - 17 June||10:00 - 16:00|
|20 June - 15 July||10:00 - 14:00|
|18 - 22 July||Closed|
|25 July - 19 August||10:00 - 14:00|
|22 - 26 August||10:00 - 16:00|
Extended borrowing time on course books from May 26 until September 1.
Have a nice summer!
Search Support - For thesis writing students
Are you having problem finding the information you need? Do you wonder how to write references? Welcome to the Libray Drop-in!
Place: Group room Hades, Library basement
Time: 13:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 13 April
Wednesday 20 April
Wednesday 27 April
Wednesday 11 May
Wednesday 18 May
Tuesday 24 May
Opening hours during Christmas and New Year
|19/12 - 20/12||Closed|
|21/12 - 22/12||10:00 - 16:00|
|23/12||10:00 - 14:00|
|24/12 - 27/12||Closed|
|28/12 - 30/12||10:00 - 14:00|
|31/12 - 3/1||Closed|
|4/1 - 5/1||10:00 - 14:00|
|7/1 - 8/1||10:00 - 14:00|
|9/1 - 10/1||Closed|
Regular opening hours from January 11.
Extended borrowing time on course books from December 7 until January 12.
Write it Right!
Guidance and feedback on academic writing for Bachelor Students
Need help with the academic writing process?
- Using library information resources
- Getting started
- Writing critically
Bring your computer and texts that you are working on for some guidance and feedback.
No access to e-resources
Lucat will be upgraded during the weekend. This means that the access to our electronic resources may be affected during the maintenance work Friday 16 (evening) - Sunday 18 October.
LUBsearch is upgraded, which brings some changes in the system:
- LU Linker changes name to Full Text Finder and have a new look.
Google Scholar has been notified about the change of name, but it will take about 3-4 weeks before the change is complete. Before that, you can not search the contents of LUBsearch through Google Scholar.
- eJournals & eBooks A-Z is replaced by the service ePublications.
- The information regarding if a printed book is available or not at some of our libraries is improved.
- The chat in LUBsearch has a new look and i possible to use from all parts of the system.
You find more information about the upgrade here.
Passport, the flagship of Euromonitor, now available at LUSEM
Passport from Euromonitor contains:
- Market information and analysis by industry, countries and consumers.
- Company reports, country reports and consumer trends.
- Economic indicators, demographic data, foreign trade statistics and sources of information.
The database replaces our ceased subscriptions to Research Monitor and MarketLine Advantage.
Library opening hours during the summer
We are open weekdays:
|8 - 18 June||10:00 - 16:00|
|22 June - 21 August||10:00 - 14:00|
|24 - 28 August||10:00 - 16:00|
Extended borrowing time on course books from May 28 until September 3.
Have a nice summer!
Library survey 2014 – We have a result!
In the autumn 2014 Library Survey 2014 was carried out at Lund University to examine what our users think of our library service.
Many thanks to all of you who responded! The results and the comments will be very helpful as we plan our next steps to improve the library services.
The Library Survey shows that students and staff at the School of Management and Economics are quite satisfied with the staffs service and response, and we are very pleased about that.
However, the library users are not so pleased with the library environment. There are too few study areas, the noise level is too high, sometimes there are problems with copying and printing, and the library environment needs to get better.
Some improvements have already been made. The number of power outlets at the quiet reading areas has been expanded. We have replaced some of the old furniture. To reduce the noise level around the copier/printer, screens have been set up. We have also removed shelves, to increase the number of quiet reading areas.
The library's information services were also much criticized and a large part has to do with our common search systems. Since the survey was conducted, our library catalogue Lovisa has a new interface. The search system LUBsearch conducted its own user survey in spring 2014, and has since developed the system. In addition, the libraries at Lund University will shortly get a new common website. Also the Library of Economics and Management will review its website, with the hope to make it more user friendly.
In the future it is planned to regularly conduct library surveys of the same kind, to see if we manage to improve our service.
If you have further comments or tips regarding the services at the Library of Economics and Management, you are welcome to e-mail this to a librarian Katrin Nylén.
On the blog of the Library Survey 2014, survey results and additional information will be published shortly.
A new interface for our library catalogue Lovisa
On Friday, March 20, at 12 o'clock, our library catalogue Lovisa will be shut down for maintenance.
During this time you can borrow and return books at our library, but you can't renew or request books.
Lovisa will be back up again in the afternoon on March 23, with a new look!
New Database in Informatics
AIS eLibrary is said to be one of the most comprehensive electronic libraries in the field of informatics. The database provides access to a wide range of subject-specific journals and proceedings.
Holiday opening hours
|22/12||10:00 - 16:00|
|23/12||10:00 - 14:00|
|24/12 - 28/12||Closed|
|29/12 - 30/12||10:00 - 14:00|
|31/12 - 6/1||Closed|
Regular opening hours from January 7.
Extended borrowing time on course books from December 8 until January 8.
We have access to two new databases:
The International Monetary Fund's (IMF) eLibrary simplifies analysis and research with direct access to the IMF’s periodicals, books, working papers and studies, and data and statistical tools. You will find information and perspective on macroeconomics, globalization, development, trade and aid, technical assistance, demographics, emerging markets, policy advice, poverty reduction, and so much more.
Zephyr is a comprehensive database of deal information containing information on M&A, IPO, private equity and venture capital deals. There are links to the detailed financial information on the companies involved in the deals.
Summer Opening Hours
9 - 19 June 10:00 - 16:00
23 June - 17 August 10:00 - 14:00
18 - 31 August 10:00 - 16:00
Beginning September 1, we have regular hours.
We are relocating our collections
To increase the availability we are relocating our collections:
The Journals will be placed in our closed stacks.
Our Open Collection will be placed in front of the circulation desk
The Course Books will be placed where the Open Collection previously was
Trial - Factiva and ProQuest Newsstand
Lund University currently has access to two news resources, Factiva from Dow Jones and ProQuest Newsstand. The trial is until the 28th of February.
New interlibrary loan system
At the turn of the year Lund University Libraries changed its interlibrary loan system. This means that the order form has been replaced. Log in with StiL/Lucat.