The information on this page will help you locate case studies; these can be found in books such as How Companies success in social business: Case studies and lessons from Adobe, Cisco and more companies by Shan Santos. 2015) or in databases as Business Source Complete, Emerald Management Xtra, OneSource, and other resources. Need help? Email the Business Librarians at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Business Source Complete database:
Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
Case Studies can be located in the following databases. They are listed on the database Database A to Z page.
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Use the UTA Libraries Online to locate case studies on your topic.
A case study is a summary of a real or invented business situation. The study covers a variety of events that managers have or had to deal with over time and how the decisions they made effected the company or not. A case study gives students an opportunity to analyze the problem/s or event/s that led to the organization’s success or failure. Case studies are often used to illustrate theories studied in class.