Case studies are usually written by academic institutions or professional bodies. Since they allow students to learn about real world organizational and social issues, and about how such issues can be addressed, they are often used in business and social sciences classes. As a student, you may be asked to find and critically analyze or interpret case studies, developing in this way your critical thinking and problem solving abilities. You can find case studies in books, journals, professional magazines, databases, or company websites.
The following library databases include interesting case studies on various topics relevant to business and management. For information on how to access these databases from off-campus, you may consult our off-campus access page.
If you need help in order to analyze or write a case study, you may consult the material provided for free by the following sources:
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