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Company and industry information: Case Studies

Finding case studies

You can access case studies from various UWA subscription databases:

To find case studies in Business Source Ultimate, open the database via the OneSearch record and:

  1.  Enter the company name
  2. Select the Case Study filter
  3. Select Search

Business Source Ultimate - example case study

 

 

To find case studies in ABI/INFORM global, open the database via the OneSearch record and 

  1. Enter the company name
  2. Select the Case Study limit 
  3. Select Search

 

Find case studies in the Library's journal, book and ebook collections by searching in OneSearch and including the phrase "case study" in the search:

The Business School has a license agreement with Harvard Business School Publishing (HBSP) to give staff and students the opportunity to experience Harvard's renowned case teaching method. Under the agreement, lecturers are able to access a wide range of cases, simulations, book chapters and readings. The following guidelines apply: 

  • Only items not available through OneSearch, or another university or other freely availably source, should be ordered from Harvard Publishing.
  • A coursepack is created per unit, per mode of study, per study period, and you may not give students access to codes from another coursepack, and students cannot swap between coursepacks.
  • All Harvard Publishing material must be ordered through the relevant teaching operations team each time the unit runs. Material will not be automatically reordered.
  • A maximum number of 4 items may be ordered per unit

If you have further questions, contact the relevant teaching operations team. 

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