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Locating Case Studies
Don't know where to start....check out these helpful resources.
Harvard Business Review - See the video below for a demonstration
Search "Harvard Business Review" in the library catalog, or use the following link: http://loyola-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/01LUC:01LUC_ALMA51142378810002506
Use the date navigation or the link that reads "search within this publication"
Databases, such as MarketLine, Business Source Premier and ABI/Inform, provide direct access to business journals for locating case studies; utilize "Case Study" as a Document Type, along with other specific information on your topic.
Online Case Studies for Purchase
Utilizing and Writing Case Studies
Harvard Business Review's Case Study Handbook
The Case Study Handbook by
Call Number: HD30.4 .E435 2007
Publication Date: 2007-03-19
This book is an excellent guide to how to read, analyze, and report on case studies.