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Centre of Scientific Information – library

“True genius resides in the capacity for evaluation of uncertain, hazardous, and conflicting information”

Sir Winston Churchill

P.S. “We supply information”


Who we are?

The Centre of Scientific Information (CSI) at the Faculty of Economics and Administration acts as a university library offering direct access to library resources and integrated electronic and multimedia sources of information. It serves the academic staff and students of the FEA, institutions with which the faculty works and specialist professionals.

Sources of information

The library holds more than 70,000 books, lecture notes and research works in the fields of economics, macro and micro-economics, finance, trade, public economics, regional studies, management, statistics, sociology, psychology, informatics, computer technology, philosophy and related disciplines.
library catalog

The collection of magazines consists of around 200 periodicals from both this country and abroad, covering the areas given above. The library also subscribes to ten Czech dailies.

Electronic and multimedia sources of information are available on a total of 20 PCs in the library. These computers can also be readily used for work with a text editor, table processor and other standard software, although they do not offer access to the Internet.

Extremely useful foreign fulltext databases (e.g. Blackwell Synergy, Science Direct, EBSCO, ProQuest, SpringerLink, JSTOR and many others), economic information, analyses and corporate information (Patria On-line, Firemní monitor, Euroanalysis – sector analyses), legal information systems (ASPI, EPIS), diploma and bachelor theses by students of the Faculty of Economics and Administration of Masaryk University and numerous other works are also available.

Pohled do útrob SVI

Visitors to the CSI can also use their own notebook at the centre, which they can connect to the Internet by wireless connection (WiFi). One self-service scanner with text recognition (OCR) is also available.

Opening hours

mo 8 am–7 pm
tu 8 am–7 pm
we 8 am–7 pm
th 8 am–7 pm
fr 8 am–4 pm

At saturday the CSI will be open for students on adult education courses from 9.00 a.m. to 13 p.m. on every Saturday on which workshops are held