If you need to find case studies try the databases below:
Business Source Complete
To find a particular case study if you know the case title:
- In the first box, type the title of the article and put it in quotation marks. Then change the Select a Field (optional) to to TI Title.
To find case studies in general:
- In the first box, type “case studies” and change the box that says Select a Field (optional) to SU Subject Terms.
To find case studies on a particular topic:
- In the first box, type “case studies” and change the box that says Select a Field (optional) to SU Subject Terms”.
- In the second box, type a word or keyword about your topic, for example 'marketing'
- If you still want to limit by journal name, such as Harvard Business Review, type: JN “Harvard Business Review” (or another publication) into the third box.
To find case studies using ABI Inform use the Advanced Search option. Type in the title of the article, if you know it. To do a general search for case studies type in the the topic, for example 'marketing' and tick the 'case study' box under document type.