Here are some of the sources you could use to find case studies:
1) Journal Articles
Many journal articles are case studies. To find them, enter 'case study' in the search box as one of your key words. You can find journal articles on ABI Inform Complete, Business Source Complete and Emerald.
In addition within Emerald Insight, we have access to The Case Journal from 2004 onwards and the Emerging Markets Case Study Archive (2011-2020).
The Case Journal is the official journal of The Case Association. It includes case studies of real decisions in real organisations from a range of business and management disciplines. They are classroom focused case studies and more suitable for undergraduate students.
The Emerging Markets archive includes case studies from real people and organisations in emerging markets, developing economies and regions which can traditionally be underrepresented.
Go to the main Emerald Insight database (link above) and search for a topic in the search bar (you may need to scroll down to find the search bar on your screen). Use the filters on the panel on the right side of the screen to choose 'Only content I have access to' (under Access) and select 'Case study' (under Content Type). Again, scroll down the page to view the Content Type options in the right panel.
Teaching notes are available to Academic staff only for both case study collections. Please email your Academic Liaison Librarian for access.