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Master of Finance Introduction to the Finance Collection: Home

Introduction to the finance collections at Princeton University for Master in Finance students.

Master of Finance - Introduction to the Finance Collections

Master of Finance
Introduction to the Finance Collection

Fall 2020


  • Locating Materials
  • Borrow Direct : rapid book borrowing and delivery service offered by Princeton University Library and  partner libraries-- Brown, the Center for Research Libraries, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke, Harvard, Johns Hopkins University, MIT, Stanford, University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania, and Yale. - Not operational Fall 2020 due to COVID. 
  • Interlibrary Services: use for books that Princeton and its Borrow Direct partners do not own. Limited in Fall 2020
  • Article Express can obtain a copy of the article for you.
  • Finding articles in Finance
  • Finding and Using Financial Data at Princeton
  • Economics/Finance FAQ
  • Firestone Computers - There are three computers that have finance and related data on the first floor of Firestone and these are reservable.  One has Tickdata, another has Capital IQ, Haver, SDC Premiium, Morningstar, and Datastream, and last is a Bloomberg Terminal.  There is a Bloomberg Terminal in the Master Student's lounge as well. 


Bobbi Coffey, Finance Librarian