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Question: How do I get access to case studies?
Answer: The library does not have access to case studies published by business schools.

Case studies that are written as articles and published in business journals can be found in the business journal indexes like ABI/Inform and Business Source Premier

To search in these databses for a case study, you can either do a simple keyword search: ex: merger and case study;
Or, to get more precise results, in the advanced search feature of each database you can select "Case Study" as the document type.

If, on the other hand, you are looking for a case study that is written for educational purposes by a commercial vendor, we have no free access and you will have to purchase them on your own. Here are some well known vendors:

Harvard Business School Cases

Darden Business Publishing

European Case Clearing House

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