J. Liivi 4 - room 109
Phone: +372 737 6325
E-mail: mj.raamatukogu [ät] ut.ee
NB! On Tuesday, 24.09. from 9 till 12 we are closed. We are going to visit our new Delta building.
Open: Mo - Fr 9.00 - 17.00
The Economics library belongs under the University of Tartu and specialises on contemporary literature for study and research purposes on various fields of economics and business administration. You are welcomed by the librarians Sirje Haas and Herly Parve.
The collection of the library amounts to 11 000 items. The selection of items is based on the curricula and research areas of the School of Economics and Business Administration. The collection includes scientific literature, textbooks for students, periodicals, publications, students’ works (Bachelor’s and Master’s theses), dissertations defended at the School etc. The most recent academic literature and textbooks for students are brought in from the main deposit collection of the UT main library.
The paper versions of students’ theses are also stored in the library and are available for reading on the library premises. Since 2012, full texts of students’ theses are available at the digital archive DSpace. Access to e-journals and e-books is available to members of the University of Tartu. It is also possible to gain access to all social sciences e-resources and research databases through the website of UT Library.
The library serves students and teaching staff of the University of Tartu. The person needs to be a registered user of the University of Tartu Library (possess the main library card or an ID-card). All others may use the materials within the library.
The library is an ideal workplace for studying. The catalogue of all items of the library is available in the online catalogue ESTER (if you wish to search results from the Economics library, select the library before starting search under the menu Entire Collection).
The deadlines for returning books can be extended in the My ESTER section of the e-catalogue or by e-mail at mj.raamatukogu [ät] ut.ee.
Copying, scanning and printing is organised on a self-service principle. A machine for these purposes is located on the first floor in front of the computer class. Instructions for users are located near the machine and also on the website: Overall Print In City service.