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Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Books

Subjects and Shelfmarks in the Library

Business research 658.403072

Contract law 346.2042

Corporate finance 658.15

Costing 658.1552

Distribution 658.788

Enterprise systems 658.4038011

Financial management 657

Human resource management 658.3

Marketing 658.8

Logistics 658.5

Management Accounting 658.1511

Managing change 658.406

Operations management 658.5

Procurement 658.72

Research methods 001.42

Strategic management 658.4012

Supply chain management 658.7

Total Quality Management 658.4013

Trade law 343.87

Warehousing 658.785

Using Other Libraries

It is impossible for one library to hold all the information you need, but there are a number of ways that you can access other resources:

  The Inter-Library Loans service will get you books and articles we don't hold.

  SCONUL Access allows you to visit other academic libraries and use their print resources;

  ETHOS provides access to Ph.D. theses for UK universities;

  Library Hub Discover is a combined catalogue of the holdings of over 160 UK academic, national and specialist libraries. The University is now supplying its catalogue records to this national database.

Print or Ebooks?

The Library has a huge range of print and Ebook titles to meet your needs.

Print books can be a great place to start your research, but remember that demand can be high, so you'll need to plan in advance.

Ebooks are a quick and easy way to access material. They are available on or off-campus and can be used 24 hours a day. If you own a tablet device, these books can be viewed easily wherever you have a connection to the internet. These titles also allow limited printing.

Most borrowed books by Logistics and Supply Chain Management students

Suggest a book for Birmingham City University Libraries

Tell us about a book that is useful to a module that you are studying but we do not have in stock - we will be happy to consider your suggestion.

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Library and Learning Resources
Curzon Library - Office CZ136

0121 331 7264

Reading Lists

Reading Lists Online provides access to the reading lists for your modules, as provided by your lecturers. Find your lists by searching for module names, module codes or by your lecturer's name.

If you can't find your reading list have a word with your Tutor(s) or if you have problems with the site contact us at libanswers.bcu.ac.uk

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