Kyiv School of Economics Library was created in 2000, four years after Kyiv School of Economics was founded by the Economics Education and Research Consortium (EERC). It was initially housed on the premises of Kyiv Mohyla Academy, but after several relocations it finally accommodated at its current address of Dmytrivska St, 92-94. As the KSE grew, the Library collection was expanding to support KSE research, teaching and outreach.

The collection includes over 9 thousands of volumes (4500 titles); among them graduate level textbooks, monographs and reference materials in theoretical economics, statistics, mathematics, finance, business, management and English language. The library has a considerable collection of monographs, serials, and statistical data provided by the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.

In collection development, emphasis is placed on the electronic medium. The library holds over a hundred CDs with electronic versions of economic journals and statistical data, and an expanding collection of electronic versions of textbooks and monographs. It offers its patrons access to the full-text article database JSTOR (Arts and Science I, II). It also has a significant collection of statistical electronic databases from OECD, WIIW-WIFO, Eurostat, Ukrstat and more.

Library functions are fully automated and its online catalog can be searched from any internet access point.

More than 850 registered patrons regularly use the library services.

The library provides full range of services to KSE students, faculty, alumni, applicants and staff, as well as to the participants of the Kyiv Economics Institute research projects such as international faculty internships, conferences for economic theory instructors, research workshops, and international research projects. The services provided by the library include circulation, reference and information consulting, bibliographic instruction and internet access.

The Library Reading Room of KSE is open to public. It houses public PC stations (connected to Internet, with CD ROM), which are used by library patrons to search online catalog, access online and CD databases, find materials on the Internet, read e-books etc. The Reading Room is also equipped with printer and scanner capabilities.

Working hours:

Monday - 15:30-16:30

Tuesday - 13:30-14:30

Wednesday - 9:00-13:00

Friday - 9:00-13:00

Library contact information:

Hlib Maloshtan
phone (38 067)434-7638,