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Finding/Accessing Case Studies [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2010, 18:17
So I would like to find some specific case studies and I am not yet in b-school and have a hard time finding them. Is http://hbsp.harvard.edu/ the best way to search through available case studies or is there some other special site that I just haven't found yet?
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Re: Finding/Accessing Case Studies [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2010, 21:36
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Yes, you can get the HBS case studies. Another good source is the Ivey School of Business in Canada
http://cases.ivey.uwo.ca/cases/pages/home.aspx

If you subscribe to the Harvard Business Review, each issue has a case study with analysis (not sure if others do).
If HBR allows to search past archives, you may want to consider subscribing electronically

Finally, don't for get the Case Study book, discussed a few times around here.
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Re: Finding/Accessing Case Studies [#permalink] New post 12 Aug 2011, 06:27
there are other case resources available.

ecch is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the case method of learning. On the website you can check out a number of articles on how to use and learn with cases.

There is free access to search the abstracts of over 45,000 case studies and articles. The database holds cases from all the business schools around the world which means there is huge variety.
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