EmeraldInsight eCase Collection

Emerald has published case studies for teaching since 2011 and aims to continue to develop case study products to help educators deliver an enhanced student experience.

Case studies provide students with simulated decision making experiences, facilitating managerial analysis and debate, and are therefore important educational tools in Business and Management.

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Local insight with global relevance

A collection of peer-reviewed teaching cases focusing on business decision making and management development through key emerging markets.

Cases are written by authors working in or closely with developing economies, offering local perspective with global appeal.

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The official journal of The CASE Association

The leading peer-reviewed journal featuring factual teaching cases and case exercises spanning the full spectrum of business and management disciplines.

The CASE Association is one of the most prominent case study organizations in the USA and has strong foundations within the case writing community.


New for 2017 is the Emerald eCase Collection, a single annual subscription that provides unlimited access for students and faculty to a growing and evolving digital library of over 1500 real world case studies on a wide range of industries spanning the business and management disciplines from across the globe.

Emerald eCase Collection includes subscription access to teaching case studies published by Emerald in The CASE Journal and Emerging Markets Case Studies and licensed case study content from leading business school partners.

Licensed Content.


Practical, relevant, and timely cases

Case studies have been licensed from leading international business schools to complement Emerald’s existing case portfolio.

Content from the Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, and the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, spans the MBA curriculum from accounting to strategy, creating dynamic and effective opportunities for students to understand and apply business theory, analyse complex situations, and formulate solutions.




Kellogg School of Management.         Darden School of Business.