Case studies

Access specialised real-life case content that can be used as teaching tools within management and business education. Our cases explore organisational challenges across key global markets.

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Teaching cases offer students the opportunity to explore real world challenges in the classroom environment, allowing them to test their assumptions and decision-making skills before taking their knowledge into the workplace.

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With various routes to publish your teaching case study, find out how to write and submit.

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Complete guide for users accessing eCases and teaching notes on Emerald Insight. Also, discover the Emerald Cases Hub, where you will find resources on how to write a quality case study and increase chances of publication.

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Case studies provide a human perspective and depict real-life situations in business. Merely presenting theoretical concepts in business education is insufficient. It is important to ensure that students go beyond textbooks. Case studies serve as an excellent learning tool, allowing students to develop analytical and critical thinking skills. I find them suitable for all types of business courses. Additionally, I appreciate using teaching notes from case studies in quizzes.    

Georgiana Karadas, Assoc. Prof. Dr., Head of Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, CIU.

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