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.
EEMC is an online collection of peer-reviewed teaching cases focusing on business decision making and management development through key emerging markets.
Once you've logged in and accessed the database, scroll down the page and click on the EMCS box to search or browse the collection.
Websites and Working Papers
To cite a case study in your assignment in APA 7 style, use the following template:
(Author A & Author B, Year of publication)
(Neeley & Delong, 2009)
To reference a case study in your bibliography using APA 7 style, use the following template:
Cases in textbooks:
Treat as a book chapter
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Year of publication). Title of chapter or section. In A. Editor, B. Editor & C. Editor (Eds.), Title of book (pages of the chapter referred to). Publisher.
Wagner-Rizvi, T. (2016). Regulating Baby Food Marketing: Civil Society versus Private Sector Influence. In N. Kenworth, R.McKenzie & K.Lee (Eds) . Case studies on corporations and global health governance : impacts, influence and accountability (pp. 199-213). Rowman & Littlefield International.
Cases in journals:
Treat as a journal article
Author, A. A. (Publication date). Title of article. Title of publication, volume number(issue number), pp-pp. Web address of journal, or DOI.
Prabhu, N. K. (2012). The tale of two managers: A value-based saga. Journal of Business Case Studies, 8(3), 297. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/1418708945?accountid=12372
Harvard Business Publishing cases:
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Year). Title of case study. HBS No. number of case study. Publisher.
Eisenmann, T., & Herman, K. (2006). Google, Inc. HBS No. 9-806-105. Harvard Business Publishing.
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