Since 1922, the Harvard Business Review has published some of the most insightful and timely writing on business management and administration. Now that the magazine's archives are available, researchers have thousands of articles at their fingertips. This annotated bibliography provides readers the information they need to find articles related to their interests. Organized first by 14 broad topics (e.g., Management, Marketing, Finance and Banking, Business Law, Information Systems) and then by hundreds of narrow topics (e.g., wage or salary structures; advertising campaigns; bankruptcy issues; ethics and dishonesty issues; computer security), the entries include one- to three-sentence descriptions of each article's subject and scope. The book contains three indexes: authors (approximately 8,000) and titles, and the all-important subject index.