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Wharton MBA for Executives - Business Research Overview: Book, Chapter & Article Delivery Requests

An overview of key resources for Wharton MBA for Executives students.

DocDel@Wharton for Articles & Chapters

Can't find the article you need online in our collection? Send the citation information to docdel@wharton.upenn.edu, Lippincott's document delivery service. We will scan articles and book chapters from our print collection, or order articles or chapters for you from anywhere.

Borrow Direct Plus On-Site Borrowing

Students at the University of Pennsylvania have on-site borrowing privileges at the following schools: Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Duke University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton University, Stanford University, University of Chicago and Yale University. There are restrictions that vary by university. For example, the Stanford University Graduate School of Business Library is not included in BorrowDirect Plus On-Site Borrowing privileges. For details see the Borrow Direct Plus On-Site Borrowing site with links to each university's policies.

You can search the collections of these universities through the BorrowDirect catalog.

Book Delivery for East

MBA for Executives East students may also request books by e-mailing the citation to docdel@wharton.upenn.edu, and books are delivered to your class manager at the MBA for Executives East's office. 

Books By Mail for West

Request books held in Penn Collections through Books By Mail. If you live 75 miles or more away from the Philadelphia campus, you can request delivery of on-shelf Penn Libraries circulating books via UPS to your home.  Biddle Law Library materials are not included in the service. Register for the service here. To request a book, log into Franklin: Catalog, search for a title, click Show Availability, and choose Books by Mail. Have the book returned to the library through coordination with your Class Manager. See more details about Books by Mail on the webpage.