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Choose where to publish your case study. When you’re ready, find out how to submit your teaching case study.
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Sign in or register on the Emerald Cases Hub to access resources to help you write a quality case study and increase your chances of publication. Develop your skills and knowledge with a course on writing a case study and teaching note, or download our handy how-to guides.
Choose the right home for your case study
Find the right match for your case study. You can submit directly to our case study channels or view our active calls for cases. You’ll find author guidelines and information on how to submit.
Emerging Markets Case Studies (EMCS)
Emerging Markets Case Studies (EMCS) publishes teaching cases which offer students the opportunity to explore real world challenges in the classroom and tackle business decisions in developing economies.
The CASE Journal (TCJ)
The CASE Journal (TCJ) is the official journal of The CASE Association. Publishing in TCJ ensures your work will reach a global audience and inspire powerful classroom discussion.
Information to read before you submit
Read through our publishing ethics guidelines before you submit your case study. Find out about your rights as an author and what permissions you must clear before you can submit.
Publishing ethics guidelines
Make sure your case study has followed our publishing ethics guidelines before you submit.
What are your rights as an author? Find out everything you need to know on our author policies page.
Before you submit a case study, you should make sure you have permission to use any third-party content that you have not created.
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Understand the publishing process
See all the steps in our case study publishing process.
Write a teaching case study
Read our author how-to or download our guide to writing teaching case studies.