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Company Information

Resources that will help you uncover how all kinds of companies function, whether they are public, private, or not-for-profit.

Finding Case Studies in Library Databases

Baker University Library does not collect copies of individual case studies. However, you DO have access to case studies that are published in a variety of business publications available in some of our business databases.

  1. In the Advanced Search screen, in the first search box, type a name of a company, or an industry, or even a keyword
  2. Slide the screen down to Document Type and select: Case Study
  3. Search
  1. In the Advanced Search screen, in the first search box, type a name of a company, or an industry, or even a keyword
  2. Slide the screen down, and find the box labeled, Document Type
  3. Check the box: Case Study
  4. Search
  1. From the top row of black tabs, select: Case Studies
  2. In the left column, in the Search within results box, type a company, keyword, or name.
  3. When the results appear, limit by publication title or subject.

Finding Case Studies in Books

You can find case studies in both print and e-books in the Baker University Library Catalog by following the directions shown in the screen shot below:

  1. Use the drop-down menu to specify that you're searching for subject words.
  2. Enter "case studies". Note the use of quotation marks to ensure you get ALL mentions of case studies in the subject field.
  3. Enter search term(s) in box(es).
  4. By limiting the search to Baker University Library, you will get a smaller number of hits, all accessible either on the shelf or as an e-book.


WorldCat case studies