The Business, Economics, and Entrepreneurship department within NYU Libraries consists of the Business Library and Jack Brause Library for Real Estate. These libraries provide access to industry-focused resources and services for individuals currently enrolled at or employed by New York University, including the Stern School of Business, the School of Professional Studies, Arts & Sciences Economics department, and Entrepreneurship at NYU.
Founded in 1938, NYU’s Business Library was originally known as the Commerce Library. It is located steps away from Stern in Bobst Library’s 5th floor south wing. The Jack Brause Library for Real Estate, founded in 1983, is located within NYU’s Midtown Center building on Bryant Park.
The Business and Brause Library teams support the academic and career success of users in our disciplines through collection building, research coaching, and teaching.