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We do have access to business cases (available electronically), but not Harvard Business Cases.  Harvard Business Publishing is very strict on use of their business cases and articles for coursework.  We at the Libraries cannot purchase these as you have to buy one copy per person and we don’t get to keep them or make them available to all of our users.  

You may wish to check for business cases that are available through some of our library databases, such as Sage Business Cases, Business Source Ultimate, and ABI/INFORM Complete

You may also wish to see what may be available in our print or e-book collection by typing in the words “case study” along with other relevant search terms in our catalog.

Below are some additional case studies that are open access and available to all for free:

During the period 1987-94 Arthur Andersen funded a $5 million joint project with 525 universities to raise awareness of ethical issues in business. This collection of mini case studies is one product of that effort.

Four items intended for educator use in classes.

This site lists 100+ business ethics cases, a few focused on accounting. Resources arranged in browsable list; hard to search for cases on a specific topic.

Contains both mini and long form cases, with some touching accounting and compliance topics.

From the University of Minnesota's Open Textbook Library, this casebook has a couple chapters that address accounting and sustainabilty topics

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