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Economics 106E and 106EL: Economics of Entrepreneurship

Case Studies

Case Studies - Catalogs

[note: the Rosenfeld Library does not collect copies of individual case studies]

Case Centre (formerly the European Case Clearing House; index coverage includes Darden School, Harvard Business School, IESE, IMD, INSEAD, JFK School of Government, Richard Ivey School of Business, MIT Sloan Management Review, and many more case study resources)

Darden School (Darden Business Publishing, University of Virginia)

Ivey Publishing (Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario)

Kellogg School of Management - Search for Cases

Stanford Graduate School of Business

Thunderbird Garvin School of International Management - Case Series

Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, Center for Digital Strategies: Case Studies Series Library


Case Studies - Harvard Business School Catalog

Note: The Rosenfeld Library does not collect copies of individual HBS case studies - even the Harvard Business School's own Baker Library does not, either. Libraries do not have the option of "subscribing" to a database of HBS case studies--no such "subscription database" containing the full texts of HBS case studies exists for libraries to license. Also, HBS case studies are not available to be borrowed from the Baker Library through Interlibrary Loan. The target market for Harvard Business School case studies is faculty and their students' business school course packs--not libraries. Individual students may also order copies of cases--typically priced at around $6.95 each--directly from Harvard Business Publishing. Identify cases using the catalog cited below:

Harvard Business School Cases [online catalog]


Another option to consider: A "fictional case study" is published in each issue of the Harvard Business Review (HBR), which is available both in print in the Rosenfeld Library, and full text online via the UC-licensed database Business Source Complete.

To browse/retrieve these articles: click on the preceding link > click on "Search within this publication" > on the Advanced Search screen, set Document Type on "Case Study," and click on Search. As an alternative, click on this link.