Case studies are interactive, dynamic, and participant-driven teaching tools designed to guide students through real-world case examples of business issues. Students learn to analyze information, develop rational alternatives, make decisions, and recommend implementation tactics in time-sensitive situations, just as they would as practising managers.

Continued development of current Asian business cases is critical to ensuring that future global business leaders gain an understanding of business practices across cultures and continents.

Ivey is the second largest producer of management case studies in the world and the top producer of current, comprehensive Asian cases. As of September 30, 2014 we have in circulation 1099 Asian cases. These cases are used extensively in our degree and executive education programs, and are also available to other universities, business and government organizations.

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The Case Writing Process
Ordering Cases

Asian Cases Overview

(September 2014)

Ivey-Nanyang partnership
Ivey-CNCCU partnership
NEW Asian Abstracts - September 2014.pdf