Cases? What kind?
Case Study: an intensive analysis of an individual unit (as a person or community) stressing developmental factors in relation to environment.
This guide offers tips on how to research case studies. If you are looking for information on researching case law, shepardizing a law or law review article, please contact a librarian for further assistance.
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Searching for Harvard Business Review Case Studies
Some tips on searching for Case Studies:
-The University Library is unable to provide Harvard Business Review case studies. For information on how to purchase a HBR Case Study please see:
After using the main search box to search for case studies, you will need to go to the all content box in the upper left hand corner and uncheck everything but case studies. Then hit filter content types. Your results list will now only contain HBR case studies.
When searching for case studies...
- Try searching with various terms, case study or case studies
- When keyword searching, make sure you use quotation marks to search for "case studies" as a term and not individual words
- Search by case study as a document type
- The term "case study" often appears in the document title- try adding "case study" to your title search
- Check the limits section of the database- you may be able to place a limit to only search for case studies