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How do I get access to Harvard Business School (HBS) case studies?

Last Updated: Jan 20, 2011  |  369 Views
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You can search for HBS case studies at Harvard Business School Publishing to identify the case(s) you need.

If you are a Tuck student, email your request, including title and case number, to:  feldberg.reference@dartmouth.edu.

Otherwise, submit your request for cases through DartDoc.

Search the European Case Clearninghouse (ECCH) for additional cases. ECCH only allows students/individuals to purchase cases.

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