Find Case Studies

Finding Cases in Management Databases

Business Source Complete

  1. Scroll down to the “Document Type” box and select Case Study (left-hand column)
  2. Search the database with key words about your topic or geographic locationScreenshot showing how to filter search in business source complete to find a case study

Searches include:

 

ABI/Inform Trade and Industry

  1. Enter Case Study as a search term, and choose Subject from the drop-down menu
  2. On the next line, enter additional subject terms or keywords about your topic or geographic location
    Screenshot showing how to filter search in ABI/Inform Trade and Industry to find a case study

For example, search for manufacturing case studies about the European Union.

 

Accounting and Tax

  1. Enter Case Study as a search term, and choose Subject from the drop-down menu
  2. On the next lines, enter additional subject terms or keywords about your topic or geographic location
    Screenshot showing how to filter search for Accounting and Tax case study

For example, search for accounting and tax case studies about multinational corporations.

 

Books and Journals with Case Studies

  • Search CASE Journal, then limit your results to the CASE Journal under “Publication” at lower-right
    Screenshot showing CASE Journal limit in search results
    CityU instructors may request Teaching Notes for case studies in the CASE Journal through our Ask a Librarian service.
  • Search in the search box on our home page to find case studies in books, e-books or other online resources. You can limit to Books or eBooks under “Content Type” at the left of the screen.

Print Books in Europe:

 

Find Case Studies by Country

Search for case studies by country in Google:

  1. Find the domain code of the country you want to search the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (For example, the domain code for the United Kingdom is “.UK”)
  2. Go to Google’s Advanced Search page
  3. Enter your search words the in the top section titled Find web pages with…
  4. Near the bottom, enter domain code in the box labeled Search within a site or domain
  5. Click the “Advanced Search” button to see the results