Service temporarily affected by the Coronavirus/Covid 19
Due to the recommendations from the Swedish Government about distance learning for higher education, the library premises are currently closed for students and visitors. The library premises will remain closed during the summer.
SSE students and staff can pick up books, but must make an appointment with the library staff in advance. Please contact us (preferably by email) in order to make an appointment.
All loans are extended until September 1. If you still want to return a book there is a book drop just inside Handelshögskolan’s visitors’ entrance on Bertil Ohlins Gata 4 (on the back of the main building).
Knock on the window and someone in the reception will let you in. Open between 8.00-11.30 and 13.00-16.00, closed for lunch 11.30-13.00. Remember that you don’t have to return your book, since the loans are automatically extended. It is prohibited to visit the SSE premises if you have any cold or flu symptoms at all.
If you have an urgent need for a book, please contact us by email and we will schedule an appointment when you can come to the library to pick it up. This service is only avaliable for SSE students and staff.
It will still be possible for other libraries to request and borrow inter library loans. For questions about loans, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We strongly encourage you to use our digital support channels for questions about information seeking and library resources. We will take this opportunity to enhance our digital services even further.
For more information about the services that the library can offer when you are studying from home, check out our Studying from home guide.
How do your students get the literature they need when they can’t access the library premises and the printed books? Read more in our Teacher's guide.
Publishers are making digital publications accessible during the Covid-19 outbreak
To address the corona virus situation, some major publishers are making parts of their digital collection available for users. The collections that are being released contain both books, articles and teaching training programs. SSE library will activate relevant resources and make them available through MerQuery. The content is also available on the publisher’s webpage.
Cambridge Companions are a series of authoritative guides, written by leading experts, offering lively, accessible introductions to major writers, artists, philosophers, topics, and periods.
700 higher education textbooks are available in HTML format free to access online during the coronavirus outbreak, regardless of whether textbooks were previously purchased. Available for free until the end of May 2020.
Cambridge Elements are a new concept in academic publishing and scholarly communication, combining the best features of books and journals. They consist of original, concise, authoritative, and peer-reviewed scholarly and scientific research, organised into focused series edited by leading scholars, and provide comprehensive coverage of the key topics in disciplines spanning the arts and sciences.
Conceived from the start for a digital environment, and with the ability to be regularly updated, they provide a dynamic reference resource for graduate students, researchers, and practitioners.
Cambridge Histories is the essential reference collection spanning 350 volumes in 10 subject areas.
All Cambridge content, including articles: https://www-cambridge-org.ez.hhs.se/core/
Elsevier has provided temporary access to over 250 textbooks, these are available until August 31 on the ScienceDirect platform.
To help the scholarly community Jstor has opened access to archives SSE does not subscribe to i.e. Politics and History and given free access to more than 25 000 e-books. More information and a list of participating publishers can be found here.
Access to more than 500 key textbooks across Springer Nature’s eBook subject collections.
SSE and the Coronavirus/Covid-19
For more information about how the Stockholm School of Economics is taking measures to ensure the well-being of our students, staff, faculty and visitors, read here.