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Provides resources, strategies, and information on conducting research in organizational studies.
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This guide draws together resources to support students in Organizational Studies and others with an interest in this topic .  Since Organizational Studies is a multidisciplinary program, this guide will pull together resources from a variety of disciplines, most especially psychology, sociology,  economics, and business.


    Main University Collections for Organizational Studies

    • Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library
      The Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library has extensive collections of books and journals in most of the disciplines of interest to organizational studes: psychology, sociology, and economics.
    • Kresge Business Administration Library
      The Kresge Business Administration Library supports the academic programs of the University of Michigan Business School. It has extensive collections on management and business.
    • Shapiro Undergraduate Library
      The Shapiro Undergraduate Library provides books and journals geared to undergraduates. The collection focuses on introductory materials and materials that support the undergraduate curriculum. University Reserves is located here, for course reserve books.

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