Marshall Library

Marshall Library

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  • Marshall Library of Economics

The Marshall Library's main purpose is to support teaching and research in both the Faculty of Economics and in the Centre of Development Studies.

It aims to do this through:

  • The selection and acquisition of a mixture of relevant print and electronic resources and;
  • The promotion of effective usage of these resources, those of Cambridge University Library Service and of related online resources worldwide.

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Louisa Trivett

Associate Director, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Louisa.Trivett@admin.cam.ac.uk

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