Here you can find different types of information resources. If you need help and guidance in how to use these resources, how to search for information or to find relevant sources you can request personal guidance here.
On this page you can find information on: web guides for information retrieval, Hanken theses, e-journals (such as BrowZine), print journals, Hanken subscriptions both printed and electronic (such as Financial Times found under Electronic Newpapers), and access to large amount of subject specific databases.
is a search service that collects material from hundreds of Finnish organisations under one roof.
Hanken students and staff have access to more than 170 000 e-books via the library. Search the ebooks:
1. in the search portal Hanna by narrowing your search with "E-books" or
2. directly in the e-book collections: Ebooks at Hanken
Dictionaries and Reference Books
Printed dictionaries and encyclopedias can be found in the library's reference collection and in the Bookcave.
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Students and staff are welcome to submit requests. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Theses published at Hanken
All theses that are published at Hanken are indexed in Hanna.
DHanken is Hanken's institutional repository. In DHanken you can search for
- Master's theses from 2009-
- Doctoral dissertations
The Master's theses are available as follows:
- - available at Hanken's library and Hanken Vasa
- - available in Hanken's network
- - openly available on Internet.
Theses published at other universities
In order to find theses published at other Finnish universities you can use for example Melinda - the union catalogue for all Finnish university libraries. Limit your search to the preferred material type.
A list of institutional repositories mainly at Finnish and Nordic universities is available via Hanken LibGuides (select a subject guide and click on the tab:Theses and Dissertations). You can also find the list in Hanna.
E-journals in Hanna
You can list all available e-journals in Hanna. Use the search box to search for a specific title. You can also limit by for example category to the right on the page.
You can also use the Journal Title search on Hanna's front page. In that case you find both e-journals and print journals in the result list.
The link SFX in the result list takes you to the SFX menu, where you can check which volumes of the journal are available in fulltext. Via the SFX menu you can also search for a print copy of the journal, or check the journal information in Ulrich's or Journal Citation Report.
E-journals in BrowZine
BrowZine Web is a service that interacts with the library’s existing e-journal resources allowing users to browse journals and create a personalized reading room. If you want to browse/read the e-journals on your tablet or mobile phone you should use the BrowZine app. When you have opened the app BrowZine select Hanken School of Economics under Settings. Log in with your usual Hanken login.
- - Most of the library's e-journals
- - Open access journals
- - Your own bookshelf with your favourite e-journals
- - Alerts when new issues are avilable
- - Save and export articles
- - Ability to easily access articles in other reading and reference management software
- Be inspired with BrowZine
Print journals available at other Finnish universities you find in the union catalogue Melinda.
If you can't find an article either as fultext or in print format, you can order a copy using this form.
Journal assessment and citations
Citations to or from an article can be found in a citation database. We have access to Web of Science och Scopus. You find links to them in Hanna. Journal ratings, such as Impact Factor ( Journal Citation Report), SJR ( Scopus) and JuFo (Publication Forum) are based on number of citations. You can read more about citation databases and journal assessment under Bibliometrics .
Daily papers published in Finland (in Finnish and Swedish). Access only in the Hanken network, which includes Hopenet and Eduroam.
Instant access to 7400+ newspapers from 120 countries. You need a valid Hanken-username in order to read the electronic newspapers outside the Hanken network. Guide.
Financial Times - London Edition
As a registered FT.com user you can login at FT.com with the Sign In button. FT.com can also be downloaded from your appstore.
After you have registered your normal Hanken id and username works as authentication. Login to FT.com , fill in your Hanken e-mail address and follow the on-screen instructions.
FT.com shibboleth guide.pdf
Accordance to the agreement with FT.com it's strictly forbidden to:
"...forward full text FT articles by email or by any other distribution method..." "...copy, cut and paste, email, reproduce, publish, distribute, redistribute, broadcast, transmit, modify, adapt, edit, abstract, create, derivative works of store, archive, publicly display, sell or in any way commercially exploit any Content..."
You need a valid Hanken-username in order to read the electronic newspapers outside the Hanken network. Through this Hanken subscription you have access to Markkinauutiset, Lehti, Pörssi and Uutisarkisto.
The databases are available via the search service Hanna. In order to access the licensed databases outside Hanken's network you need to login for remote access using your Hanken login.
Find publications and information by type of database.
Find databases according to subject