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Our Catalogue

The combined catalogue of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition and the Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance shows the literature that is available on site.

Here, you will find all of the journals and books available at the library. In addition to location information, you will obtain extra information as to whether a book is checked out, was just ordered or is still in processing. You can also look up e-books in our catalogue. Those e-books are almost always freely available on the internet (Open Access), and are indicated by a green point in the hit list.

Our catalogue does not list articles in periodicals. However, you can find contributions in commemorations (Festschriften) and collected editions by searching the tables of contents.

Newly arrived books are listed in the “new acquisitions list” on a monthly basis.

Link: Our Catalogue

 

Catalogues of other Max Planck Institutes

The collections of other Max Planck Institutes with a legal or economic orientation are compiled in their own library catalogues. Should you find a needed title there, it may potentially be borrowed short-term from another Institute, or you may send us an acquisition request.

Link: Catalogues of other Max Planck Institutes

 

Catalogue of the Bavarian Library Association (Bibliotheksverbund Bayern – BVB)

“Gateway Bayern” lists all media located in over 150 primarily academic libraries. All available media of the Bavarian State Library (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek) is also listed here. If you are unable to locate an urgently needed book in our library, you may borrow it from the Bavarian State Library. In addition, you may send us an acquisition request.

Link: Catalogue of the Bavarian Library Association (Bibliotheksverbund Bayern – BVB)

 

Karlsruhe Virtual Catalogue – KVK

The Karlsruhe Virtual Catalogue (KVK) allows for a simultaneous search (metasearch) of numerous library collections and booksellers’ catalogues worldwide, and lists over 500 million books and periodicals.

Link: Karlsruhe Virtual Catalogue – KVK

 

WorldCat

WorldCat lists the titles of over 10,000 libraries in various languages from all countries around the world, and is thereby the world’s largest bibliographic collection database.

Link: WorldCat