Would you like to become an EconBiz partner? Please contact Tamara Pianos.
About the Network
The partner network promotes the transfer of knowledge and cooperation among members.
Its mission is to enable top research in economics and business studies through easy access to quality subject information in combination with state-of-the art search-features.
Our vision is to develop the leading portal for subject information in economics and business studies.
The network helps to promote the service on an international level and to enhance the visibility of research output and conferences in all partner countries.
It also provides a forum for the discussion of topics relevant to the partners. Answers to questions as well as partners for joint projects can be found through the network.
The partners are either institutes or university faculties focusing on business or economic studies or related subjects or university or other institutional libraries with a focus in these subject areas.
A current list of partner countries can be found here.
Pianos, Tamara, Siegfried, Doreen: EconBiz: Search quality and ranking transparency in the age of Google (Brochure, pdf, 3,5 MB), 2019.
Pianos, Tamara: We all do better when we work together – The international EconBiz Partner Network: Improving research, access to subject information and international cooperation in economics and business studies
In: Proceedings of the Annual IATUL conference 2015 s. l.: International Association of University Libraries (IATUL), 2015.
Demirhan, Amed / Pianos, Tamara: International Cooperation Among Libraries
In: International Leads - Chicago: American Library Association, ISSN 0892-4546, Vol. 30 (2016), No. 1, pp. 6-7.
Partner Meeting and participation in events
Partners get an invitation to the annual EconBiz Partner Meeting. This meeting is held to inform partners about new features and developments in EconBiz and to get the partners’ feedback on desired new features. It also provides an excellent opportunity for networking with international colleagues.
Students of partner institutions are invited to participate in a number of student activities and events, such as online seminars.