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Harvard Business Publishing contains more than 500 high quality cases developed by HBS and partner institutions including the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Many cases are accompanied by teaching notes.
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Include "case study" as a keyword in your searches in these databases.
Some databases allow you to limit your search by selecting a "Document Type": case study.
Websites and Working Papers
To cite a case study in APA style, use the following template:
(Author A & Author B, Year of publication)
(Neeley & Delong, 2009)
To reference a case study in your bibliography in APA style, use the following template:
Author, A. A., & Author B. B. (Year of Publication). Titlte [Case study]. Place of publication: Publisher.
Neeley, T., & Delong, T.J. (2009). Managing a Global Team: Greg James at Sun Microsystems, Inc. (A) [Case study]. Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing.