The University of Hong Kong's Asia Case Research Centre (ACRC) includes a variety of Asia-business-related cases developed by the university. The site provides access to abstracts and teaching notes, and the full text of the cases can be ordered online for a fee.
The Case Program of Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government is the world's largest producer and repository of case studies focusing on government operations, public policy creation, and nonprofit organization operations. The site allows the user to search through more than 2,000 cases. Only some of the cases can be viewed without purchase.
This is a list of case studies written and published by faculty at Stanford Graduate School of Business. You can search the database by author, title, case number, date, or keyword. Full access to the text is available for a fee.
The Darden Case Studies from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia provide an extensive selection of educational tools. The cases are searchable by title, author, case number, topic, or keyword. There is also a limited selection of cases available for previewing in full-text.
Design Management Institute (DMI) case studies examine the roles that design and design management play in business success. These cases focus on the understanding of how companies manage their design resources; how design relates to functions like engineering, marketing, manufacturing, and corporate communications; and how design decisions affect facets of an organization. The collection includes cases sold by DMI as well as cases sold by Harvard Business School.
The case collection of the Harvard Business School includes case studies, teaching notes, background notes, case videos, and software ancillaries. This site also provides reprints from the Harvard Business Review and other journals.
Provided by The Aspen Institute, Ideas Worth Teaching is a weekly email designed for business school faculty to prompt conversations in the classroom about relevant and new topics in the business world. Recent issues of the email are available on the website and most issues contain business-focused case studies.
Ivey Publishing focuses on providing business case studies with a global perspective. The case collection includes over 23,000 case studies, teaching notes, background notes, videos, and supplements, as well as Ivey Business Journal reprints. Ivey Publishing also selectively accepts cases and teaching notes for registration from authors outside of the Ivey School of Business. Ordering is available online.
Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management offers cases that academic researchers and business trainers can use for educational purposes. Through the keyword search, users can find cases in various disciplines. The search result will direct users to an abstract of the case. Full access to the text is available for a fee.
The Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) provides users with free teaching case studies to further develop an understanding of strategic and operations management, system dynamics, leadership and ethics, global entrepreneurship, and sustainability. Cases are available for download in PDF.
The North American Case Research Association (NACRA) is an organization of nearly 500 case writers and teachers mostly in the business area. The site features abstracts of cases, published in their annual conference meetings section, as well as information about the Case Research Journal.
Formerly the European Case Clearing House, The Case Centre's library has over 16,000 titles including cases, teaching notes, internet cases, and videos. Cases of various management teaching establishments as well as case studies in many languages are distributed. Abstracts of cases are available on this website. However, full contents must be purchased.
International business cases and notes authored by the faculty of Thunderbird School of Global Management are provided here. Both field and library cases are offered. All cases have been classroom-tested for pedagogy and content. Abstracts of cases and teaching notes are available to view for free, however, full case studies must be ordered online.
WDI Publishing (formerly GlobaLens) features business cases from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, as well as from business faculty of other top business schools. With several hundred cases, teaching notes, conceptual notes, and simulations in its catalog, the site covers topics in the core business disciplines. Abstracts of cases can be viewed for free, but full cases must be purchased. Additionally, WDI Publishing offers a searchable syllabus library for registered educators to share teaching models and resources.