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Sage Business Cases is a case collection that includes both original cases and cases from content partners such as Yale School of Management, Kellogg School of Management (Northwestern) and the University of California at Berkeley (Haas Case Series).
Outside of Sage Business Cases, the library does not have access to case studies published by business schools. You can find case studies published in journals and magazines by searching for case studies as a Subject in Business Source Complete or ABI/Inform. WARC is an excellent source for finding advertising case studies by industry sector, campaign objectives and target audience.
Wharton faculty, full-time MBAs, Wharton doctoral students and Wharton TAs can obtain Harvard Business School cases in support of coursework by contacting the Wharton IDEA Courseware Team at firstname.lastname@example.org; others in the Penn community can order HBS cases for a discounted fee. Executive MBA students should contact their class manager. Please include Case request in the subject of the email message. The body of the email should include:
- the requestor's name
- title and number of the course the case is needed for (or professor who assigned the case)
- title of the case and the product number.
HBS cases can also be ordered directly from the Harvard Business Review Store.