About Sage Business Cases

The global and local business world is moving at a rapid pace, and schools are being tasked with keeping up. Producing agile, self-starting, and innovative graduates is necessary for future success. Sage Business, building on its strong foundation of top-rated journals and books, brings that editorial expertise to our authoritative library resources— data, cases, video, and more. The Sage collection of library resources has been created to foster the needed skills and strategy for transformative business research. 

Sage Business Cases is our robust digital collection of business cases tailored to library needs - providing faculty, students, and researchers with unlimited access to move than 5,500 authoritative cases from over 120 countries. Sage curates interdisciplinary cases on in-demand subjects such as entrepreneurship, accounting, healthcare management, leadership, social enterprise, and more.

  • Why Sage Business Cases?

    For Authors

    Sage is pleased to offer our case authors:

    • Discoverability of their work on our global Sage Knowledge platform.
    • The opportunity to have their case peer-reviewed.
    • Payment if we publish your case!
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    For the Library

    • Institution-wide access provides easy discovery
    • Integrated with Sage Recommends, which leads researchers to other Sage content for an in-depth research experience
    • Supports student affordability initiatives with unlimited access to all cases for everyone at your institution
    • Available for subscription or purchase
    • Content can be utilized campus-wide to support business related research
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    For Instructors

    • Designed to suit a range of academic uses: from short vignettes to narrative long form
    • Locked teaching notes accompany most cases, providing suggested teaching strategy, learning outcomes and discussion questions
    • User-friendly platform, making finding, downloading, sharing and citing cases easy
    • New collections released annually with Sage Original Cases, as well as new cases from our partners, ensures content is timely and relevant
    • Modern content, tied to what is currently important in global business
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    For Students

    • Unlimited access to all cases at no direct cost to students
    • Cutting-edge cases covering hot business topics and emerging industries
    • Gain real-world business experience, and learn from true stories of business success and setback, from industries around the world
    • Alumni access, helping graduates get interview-ready with situational questions, and encouraging life-long learning
    • Quality content for research, job hunting, industry research and entrepreneurial plans
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    Sage is a proud Business Education Alliance Member of AACSB International (AACSB), the world’s most prestigious accreditation body for business schools. Find out more www.aacsb.edu/about

  • Sage Originals

    Our Sage Originals cases are exclusive to Sage Business Cases, focusing on current trends and shifts. These double-blind peer reviewed cases all feature teaching notes and discussion questions. Sage Originals also comprise our growing list of curated cases series collections.
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  • Content partners

  • Reviewers

    The following academics provide invaluable help in peer reviewing individual cases that scholars and practitioners around the world submit to Sage Business Cases. Their astute comments and in-depth feedback help our authors revise and shape their cases, readying them for self-study and the classroom. 

    • Donald L. Anderson, University College, University of Denver
    • Robert S. Atkin, University of Pittsburgh
    • Charles F. Bartlett, University of Miami
    • Ernest Baskin, St. Joseph's University
    • James Carroll, CPA
    • Chris Coleridge, Cambridge Judge Business School
    • Richard Courtney, University of East London
    • Léo-Paul Dana, Montpellier Business School
    • Mark Dodds, SUNY Cortland
    • John Friar, Northeastern University
    • Peter Goulet, University of Northern Iowa
    • Ronald Goldsmith, Florida State University
    • David Hartman, Quinnipiac University
    • Maria Humphries-Kil, Human Rights Foundation
    • Kimberley Kinsley, University of Mary Washington
    • Stephen Ko, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
    • Kenneth James Lipartito, Florida International University
    • Timothy Michael, University of Houston-Clear Lake
    • Larry Miller, New York University
    • Bala Mulloth, University of Virginia
    • Behdad Nowroozi, Catholic University of America
    • Justin O’Brien, University of Surrey
    • Karen L. Pellegrin, University  of Hawaii at Hilo
    • David Pifer, Texas Tech University
    • Tracy Porter, Cleveland State University
    • Pamela Queen, Morgan State University
    • Veland Ramadani, South East European University
    • Kenneth S. Rhee, Nazareth College 
    • Marco Romani Mistretta, Paideia Institute
    • Farid Sadrieh, Quinnipiac University
    • James D. Slack, Brandeis University
    • Gram Slattery, Reuters
    • Steve Weingarden , Innovators of Change
    • Mariah Yates, Western Kentucky University
    • Kuan-Cheng Chen, SOAS
    • Marcia Lensges, Xavier University
    • Emanuela Rondi, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
    • Daniel Tompkins, Niagara University
    • Kostas Iatridis, University of Bath
    • Danielle Tucker, University of Essex
    • Mark Thackeray, Northern Kentucky University
    • Li Cunningham, City University of London
    • Gregor Gall, University of Leeds
    • Michael Brodrick, Arkansas Tech University
    • Aishath Muneeza, International Center for Education in Islamic Finance, Malaysia
    • Neeraj Pandey, National Institute of Industrial Engineering, India
    • Rajni Kant Rajhans, National Institute of Construction Management and Research, India
    • Valerija Kozlova, RISEBA University of Business, Arts, and Technology
    • Yang Liu, Zhejiang University 
    • Praveen Gupta, Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management
    • Supriya Munshaw, Johns Hopkins University
    • Jawad Syed, Lahore University of Management
    • Saroj Koul, Jindal Global Business School, India
    • Leslie Ramos Salazar, West Texas A&M University
    • Sidharath Joshi, Asian Institute of Technology
    • Ahmad Beltagui, Aston Business School
    • Esteban Lizarazo, Cranfield University
    • Preetum Basu, Kent Business School
    • Pankaj Dutta, Indian Institute of Technology
    • Erica Ballantyne, The University of Sheffield
    • Saroj Koul, Jindal Global Business School
    • Debadyuti Das, University of Delhi
    • Sadeque Hamdan, University of Kent
    • Diana Litynski, Paul Smiths College
    • Craid Seidelson, University of Indianapolis
    • Rajiv Agarwal, SP Jain Institute of Management and Research
    • Tahiru Leidong, University of Bath
    • Jitendra Das, Fore School of Management
    • Lara Bianchi, University of Nottingham
    • Grant Michelson, Macquarie University 
    • Logan Britton, Kansas State University
    • Lev Szentkirályi, University of Colorado
    • Aanchal Sharma, Fore School of Management
    • Emmanuel Adegbite, University of Nottingham
    • Satyaveer Chauhan, Concordia University
  • Emeritus Editorial Advisory Board

    The Sage Business & Management Advisory Board was composed of these international academics who provided Sage with invaluable insight and advice as we built and launched Sage Business Cases: 

    • Donald Anderson, University College, University of Denver
    • Robert Atkin, Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh
    • Ernest Baskin, Saint Joseph's University
    • Marleen Dieleman, National University of Singapore
    • Jean-Anne Stewart, Henley Business School, University of Reading
    • Paul Swiercz, Dept. of Management, George Washington University
    • Kenneth Thompson, Driehaus College of Business, DePaul University
    • Noah Barsky, Villanova School of Business, Villanova University
    • Mary Barrett, School of Management, Operations and Marketing, University of Wollongong
    • John B. Stark, CSUB School of Business & Public Administration, California State University, Bakersfield
    • Mark Dodds, Sports Management Department, State University of New York, Cortland
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    If you have any questions or would like additional information about Sage Business Cases or any of our other digital library resources, the contact details for your dedicated Library Sales Manager (all pre-sale product inquiries), Account Support Representative (all post-sale account inquiries), and Technical Support contacts can be found on our corporate website contact page.

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