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About MIT Libraries

MIT Libraries comprises six libraries, each with areas of subject expertise.

Dewey Library is the library for Management, Economics, Political Science, and related subjects.

Dewey is located in Building E53 (next to Sloan), on the first floor.  Dewey is open 7 days a week. Check our Hours page for specific times.



The Dewey Library for Management and Social Sciences is here to support your research and teaching goals while you are at MIT.  During your visit as an International Faculty Fellow, most of the library services available to the MIT community are also available to you.

This website is a "crash course" in how to find the following essential resources at MIT:

  • Books and Theses
  • Databases and Electronic Journals
  • Journal Articles

Additionally, MIT Libraries may also be able to help you obtain business cases (this service is available on a trial basis and is subject to availability and cost).

MIT's librarians are also here to help you.  Please visit Ask Us! or send an e-mail to for assistance.


Subject Expert

Alex Caracuzzo, MIT Sloan, Management, and Finance Librarian



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Call: 617-253-5676

In-person: Dewey Library, Bldg. E53, 1st floor, 12-5pm M-F

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