Harvard Business School Case Studies
The case method forms the basis of learning at Harvard Business School. It is a method designed to provide an "immersion" experience, challenging students by bringing them as close as possible to the business situations of the real world. Harvard Business School Publishing makes these cases and related materials available to improve and enhance business education around the world. They are available to purchase online for around $7.00.
Business Source Premier
Business Source Premier database includes both scholarly journals and business periodicals for practitioners. Locate full-text coverage to 2,800 business journals. Coverage dates vary by title. Search topics for management, economics, finance, accounting, international business and keywords such as product names, or by company name. Datamonitor company reports also available from the Company Profile menu. Results can be downloaded or emailed.
--Abstracts for Harvard Business School Case Studies from 1942 to the present are available as part of Business Source Premier. Full text of the case is not available.
CasePlace.org is a library of teaching resources designed for business school faculty—although other faculty, and student and professional users are welcome too! The site is intended primarily to help faculty incorporate environmental, social and ethical topics into their teaching on business and management.
CasePlace provides an array of teaching materials from a variety of publishers, all of which have been pre-screened for quality and focus on mainstream business issues and incorporate ethical, social, environmental, values-based and governance issues as well. We provide access to the most recent business cases, as well as articles from the scholarly and popular press, issue reports and multimedia content. Aspen CBE also produces original materials for the site, including essays, opinion papers, web conferences, and teaching modules that are designed to help faculty think through the questions that arise at the intersection of business and society, and plan their teaching on these issues.
CasePlace.org is run by the Aspen Institute's Center for Business Education (Aspen CBE), which is dedicated to helping business schools prepare their students to be responsible stewards of the environment and society through their business careers.
Case Depositories Page at GlobalEdge
This section of the GlobalEdge database provides information about publishers or depositories of cases. Some sites list cases by that institution. Other sites act as clearinghouses and feature cases from a variety of sources.
Darden Case Collection
The Darden case collection provides numerous business and management case studies that are available for $10.00 or less.
European Case Clearing House
The Clearing House distributes the European Collection from the Babson College Office including case collections of IMD, INSEAD, IESE, London Business School, Cranfield School of Management, Babson College and cases from independent authors. Cases cost about $3.50.
Kellogg School of Management Case Study Abstracts
The Kellogg School of Management is making available to academic practitioners and corporate trainers selected cases and teaching materials, developed by Kellogg faculty and taught in the Kellogg classroom. Information on how to order the case studies is included on the web site.
Stanford Graduate School of Business Case Studies Abstracts
This database contains abstracts and ordering information for case studies written and published by the Stanford Graduate School of Business. You may search by authors name, title, keyword, etc. Most cases in this collection are distributed by Harvard Business School Publishing and you will find a link to the HBSP site to place your order. Contact them for availability of other cases.
Business Majors: Business Case Studies
Case studies resources are available on this free web site. These resources can be used to help write case studies. Completed case studies are not available at this site.
Electronic Hallway: Public Policy and Management Cases from University of Washington
Case Research Journal
Available in Print:
Case research journal.
Published: [United States] : The North American Case Research Association (NACRA), 1980--present.
Availability: TC Wilson Periodicals --Basement
The Index to the cases in the print journal is available at the link shown above. This site from the North American Case Research Association also shows how to purchase the cases available in the journal.
Find Case Studies in Books by using MNCAT:
Books on the case method:
- Search for a subject term, such as marketing, and add the phrase: case studies. See below for examples:
Search our MNCAT catalog using the subject term: Case method.
- Yin, Robert K.
Applications of case study research / Robert K. Yin. Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE, c2012.
TC Wilson Library H61 .Y56 2012
Merriam, Sharan B.
Qualitative research : a guide to design and implementation / Sharan B. Merriam. San Francisco, Calif. : Jossey-Bass, c2009.
TC Wilson Library LB1028 .M396 2009
Yin, Robert K.
Case study research : design and methods / Robert K. Yin. Los Angeles : Sage Publications, c2009.
TC Wilson Library H62 .Y56 2009
TC Wilson Library Reference H62 .Y56 2009
Case study research / edited by Matthew David. London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif : SAGE, 2006.
TC Wilson Library H62 .C34418 2006
- Gerring, John, 1962-
Case study research : principles and practices / John Gerring. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
TC Wilson Library H62 .G47 2007
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[Table of contents only ]-- http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0703/2006051819-t.html
Hancock, Dawson R.
Doing case study research : a practical guide for beginning researchers / Dawson R. Hancock, Bob Algozzine. New York : Teachers College Press, c2006.
TC Wilson Library LB1028 .H313 2006
The art & craft of case writing / William Naumes and Margaret J. Naumes. Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, c2006.
TC Wilson Library LB1029.C37 N38 2006
[Table of contents ]-- http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0518/2005025021.html
The case method : road map for how best to study, analyze and present cases / by Nils Randrup ; edited by Amy Sekits. Rodovre [Denmark] : International Management Press, c2007.
TC Wilson Library HD30.4 .R36 2007 Regular Loan
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