Answered By: Vincent Ong Last Updated: May 26, 2016 Views: 1201
Some common sources of case studies used by our faculty members are as follows.
- Harvard Business School (HBS)
- Richard Ivey School of Business
- The Case Centre (formerly known as ECCH, European Case Clearing House)
Faculty may register for an account with each source to have access to evaluation copies of their case studies. The databases of each source contains case studies of other Universities and Institutions as well. However, copyright fee is payable to distribute any case to students. Procurement can be made through their websites. Alternatively, you can contact the library or the program managers of your school (Postgraduate programs) for assistance.
Additional case studies can be found in the following resources:
- MarketLine Advantage - Case Studies tab
- Journal of Business Case Studies (previously entitled Annual Advances in Business Cases)
- Journal of Case Studies
- Journal of International Academy for Case Studies
- SMU's homegrown cases from Case Writing Initiative
Do contact the respective sources on their procurement procedures if necessary.