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Legatum Fellows: Library Resources: Using MIT Libraries

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.


Use of many of these resources is governed by license agreements which restrict use to the MIT community and to individuals who use the MIT Libraries' facilities. It is the responsibility of each user to ensure that he or she uses these products only for individual, noncommercial use without systematically downloading, distributing, or retaining substantial portions of information.


This guide supports the research interests of Legatum Fellows.

Use the tabs above to discover proprietary information sources for...

  • Market research & industry data
  • Company information
  • Country reports & forecasts
  • News and journal literature

Don't forget: MIT librarians are here to help you.  Visit Ask Us to request for assistance.

Do we have it at MIT?

Wondering whether we have a specific resource? Search by title in Vera for electronic access or in Barton for books and print materials.

Vera: Databases or


Barton: MIT Libraries' Catalog

If we don't have it, you can try ordering it via Interlibrary Borrowing.

More ways to get help


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Related Guides

Other MIT Libraries Research Guides cover many more resources: