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Library collection

The ICAEW Library & Information Service offers you a world-class collection of books, journals and electronic resources. Explore our print and online resources and find out how we can help you keep up-to-date and stay informed.

Our resources

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Our world-class collection covers accountancy, auditing, law, taxation, finance, business and management.

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Access key UK and international business, management, and trade titles through our Library subscriptions.

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We offer instant, full text access to hundreds of eBook titles on key business and reference topics.

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Access specialist databases covering accounting, tax, law and company information directly or via the enquiry service.

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Historical accounting literature

ICAEW has one of the finest collections of early works on accountancy in the world, spanning the 15th to early 20th century.

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ICAEW publications

Find the latest consultations, representations, technical releases, UK Business Confidence Monitor, and Economic Insight.

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Library catalogue (LibCat)

LibCat is the online catalogue of the ICAEW's Library and Information Service, containing details of over 45,000 books, 60,000 journal articles and other items held in the Library collection.

Once you have completed your search please contact the enquiry team if you need to see any of the items you have found.

Online articles (Business Source Corporate)

The Library provides access to full text articles from 3000 major business, trade and academic journals through the Business Source Corporate database from EBSCO.

Access to full text profiles are provided for members and registered students subject to the conditions in the terms of use statement