Question: How do I find Harvard Business School Case Studies that have been published in the Harvard Business Review?

Answer


Typically, Harvard Business School (HBS) Case Studies must be purchased individually. However, a very small subset of Harvard Business School Case Studies have been cross-published in the Harvard Business Review (HBR).

To browse such cases:

  1. Log into Business Source Complete on the Virtual Business Library.
  2. In the "Publications" link in the top nav search for "Harvard Business Review" and click on the publication title.
  3. Click "Search within this publication", which will lead you to the search interface.
  4. In a blank search box below the one that lists HBR, search for "case study" in quotes and change the "Select a field (optional)" to "TI Title" for that line of boxes only.
  5. Click search to browse the full text HBS cases available in the HBR.

For more information on the availability of case studies, visit the Case Studies tab on the Virtual Business Library.

Answered By: Business Librarians
Last Updated: Feb 26, 2020Views:

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