The theories, the relevance, the reality
- Business Trove contains over 50 business & management textbooks
- Includes high-quality publishing across multiple course areas, enriched with resources that deepen student engagement and emphasise the links between theory and practice
- Offers unbeatable value, featuring content from OUP's bestselling authors and market-leading textbooks
- Access wherever, whenever, and on whatever device
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Welcome to Business Trove
Business Trove is a single destination that provides online access to business & management textbooks from Oxford University Press, offering a breadth of material to support students studying on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offered within Business Schools.
Bringing together more than 50 titles and featuring market-leading content - including titles enhanced with interactive functionality - Business Trove enhances and supports your students' learning experience.
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Why Business Trove?
- Coverage across the essentials of business, management, and finance, with over 50 titles spanning Business, Marketing and MBA programmes
- Convenient access to all the content students need in one place, encouraging students to engage with recommended reading to support their learning
- Excellent value for money, providing access to extensive content at an affordable cost
- Particular emphasis on demonstrating the link between theory and practice, through an extensive range of practitioner insights
Which titles are available?
Access to over 50 titles including key texts such as:
- Bell et al, Business Research Methods
- Baines et al, Fundamentals of Marketing
- Baines, Marketing
- Gillespie, Foundation for Economics
- King & Lawley, Organizational Behaviour
- Szmigin, Consumer Behaviour