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"Where can I find case studies?"

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Some case studies can be found in article databases such as EBSCO's Business Source complete. In addition, many schools sell cases for a small fee or provide some cases for free. You can either visit their individual websites (Darden, Harvard, INSEAD, Ivey, Kellogg, Sloan, and Stanford) or use an aggregator, such as CasePlace.org, to search and purchase a case study.

 

At present, the library does not purchase cases used in Cornell classes as these are almost always part of the required class coursepack.

Do you have information about the LSP program?

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Information about the LSP program can be found on the Johnson School web site.

“Do you have information to help me with my class projects?"

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Find a guide designed for your course, take advantage of our workshops and/or schedule a consultation to discuss best research strategy for your class, project or internship.