The ASU Library will have some of the case studies that are published in books and articles each year. These can be found by using the online catalog and article databases as shown in the sections below. There are also some free websites offering small collections of case studies.
However, the case studies produced as individual booklets, such as the Harvard Business School cases, would have to be purchased online directly from the source since these institutions do not sell their case studies to libraries. Fees tend to be very reasonable, so this is a viable alternative as long as the number of cases needed are few.
For instructions on finding case studies through these different avenues, click on the link to the appropriate category below:
Search the ASU Library online catalog by entering CASE STUDIES and a company name or a topic as a keyword search.
example: CASE STUDIES AND LEADERSHIP
TIP: Some books of collected case studies may cover so many companies that the catalog record does not list the companies individually. For those books, it is only possible to search by keyword for a topic that would cover the type of information needed (such as, Case Studies and Crisis Management) and then physically check the books found to see which companies are included.
Search these business databases for case studies published in journals and other serials.
Search these sites for cases on your company or topic:
To purchase case studies designed for class instruction, go to one of the case study sites below and search it for anything on your company or topic: