The information on this page will help you locate case studies; these can be found in books or in databases as Business Source Complete, Emerald Management Xtra and other resources.
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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.
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.