Below is a list of resources for case studies with a focus on emerging markets and the developing world.
Learning with cases can be a challenging experience for students.
The Case Centre’s interactive study guide will take your students through the process, providing practical tips, tricks and tools.
The Global Health Delivery Project Case Collection on Harvard Business Publishing boasts 25 teaching case studies in global health delivery. The cases include all the information protagonists had available to them at the time—including data, understanding of relationships, and politics.
A division of the William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, GlobaLens offers a large catalog of international business and social impact materials, in addition to core business cases.
Over 250 African case studies are listed in the AABS case study database. The database shows the details of the case study and the abstract. To order the case study you will need to contact the institution or case clearing house listed alongside the case study.
Cases from CEEMAN’s previous Case Writing Competitions. The aim of the competition is to encourage and promote the development of high-quality case material relevant for the realities of transitional and emerging economies and at the same time promote the development of case-writing capabilities in those countries.
Ivey is the second largest producer and distributor of field based management case studies in the world. They have identified emerging markets cases within the Ivey database and classified them into subcategories. CASES ARE FREE TO FACULTY FROM COUNTRIES WITH GDP LESS THAN $2000 A YEAR. Click here to learn more
IBSCDC, with well over 2700 case studies, 877 structured assignments and 1130 teaching notes, is Asia Pacific’s largest repository of business management case studies. All these case studies are developed for MBA programs, Executive MBA programs, Executive Development Programs, and other management-related programs and allied disciplines.
The Acadia Institute of Case Studies (AICS) is a non-profit centre in the School of Business Administration at Acadia University that develops educational resource materials to assist educators and instructors in the classroom by providing innovative and enhanced “teaching tools” which reflect “real-world” situations.