Working Papers, Cases


What Are Working Papers?

A "working paper" summarizes original research in a narrow segment of a field of study, and is intended for publication within a period of one to three years. Working papers may be research reports, technical papers, discussion papers, or occasional papers. Authors often use working papers to gather feedback from colleagues and experts in the field.

UCLA Anderson School of Management Working Papers
The Anderson School Working Papers, published from 2005 to the present, are available on the Working Papers page.

Scholarly Repositories

Metasites

Working Papers on the Web

United States

Canada

International

Anderson School Faculty Expertise Guide

UCLA Print Holdings

  • Abstracts of working papers in economics: The official journal of the AWPE database (1986-1996), Cambridge University Press. In the Young Research Library (Call No: HB1 A27).
  • GSM pamphlet collection - working papers, Center for Research in Security Prices - University of Chicago. In Rosenfeld Management Library, 2nd Floor - Management Working Papers Collection.
  • Marketing Science Institute reports (1975 - 2003), Cambridge, MA. In Rosenfeld Management Library, 2nd Floor - Management Working Papers Collection.

Cases on the Web


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