Keyword searches look for search terms anywhere in the record, i.e. the author, subject, title fields, etc. When you find a work of interest, check the full view of the record to see subject headings that can lead to further relevant works. Search examples may include: food security and emerging markets; economic development and climate change. Use the filters on the left to refine your search by subject headings, format and more.
Subject headings are categories--each standing for a particular event, concept, person, etc.--that allow you to focus your search more precisely in Franklin. Use the Subject Heading Keyword option to search and the Subject Heading Browse option to browse a list.
If you are unable to find a book or article that you need through the Penn Libraries, you can use the catalogs of our resource sharing partners (BorrowDirect+ for other Ivies, E-ZBorrow for other institutions in Pennsylvania and neighboring states) to try to request them from another institution.
Please see also our Wharton-specific document delivery service, email@example.com.