International Case Research Association
A non-profit voluntary professional association whose mission is to promote emerging market cases on a global scale.
Markets Represented Include:
Plenary, October 10, 2020: Publishing your case
Facilitator: John Varlaro, Johnson & Wales University
Speakers: Gina Grandy, Case Research Journal; Miao Cui, China Management Case Sharing Center; Gabi Rundle, Emerald Publishing; Jorge Alfonso Gonzalez, International Case Center, TEC; Matt Quin, Ivey Publishing; Rachel Taliaferro, Sage Business Cases; Tricia Haskell, The Case Centre; Rebecca Morris, The Case Journal; William Wei, The International Case Research Association; and Michael Goldman, Emerging Markets Case Studies.
The International Student Case Competition, led by the International Case Research Association, will take place the week commencing 11th November 2021. This annual international student case competition is a unique opportunity for 10 teams (each 4 student members) from top business schools worldwide to compete with each other by presenting their solutions for real-life business
ICRA shares case teaching experiences among leading academics.
ICRA promotes industry-based cases and offers experiential learning experience for both academics and students.
ICRA offers training and certification for Case Researchers.
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The International Case Research Association is a non-profit voluntary professional association whose mission is to promote emerging market multinational cases on a global scale.
Comments from Case Researchers & Scholars
Dr. Michael Goldman
Associate Professor, University of San Francisco, President, North American Case Research Association
Dr. Liman Zhao
Senior Case Researcher, Case Centre, China Europe International Business School
A well-written teaching case resembles a detective story or investigative journalism that grabs the reader and compels him or her to keep reading, and dig into a situation to discover what is really going on. In this way, cases are art. But cases are also science: they are based on real-life situations, are logically structured, and serve a clear pedagogical purpose. A case writer must know what he or she wants students to take away from a case, and reverse engineer the data into a proper case study. To write a good case is not just to tell a story about an organization, but to explore what lies behind a decision. It is this focused exploration and discovery that makes case writing science.
Managing Editor at the Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) Case Development Centre, Erasmus University
Dr. Yi Wu
Associate Professor, SILC Business School, Shanghai University
Dr. Chaoping Luo
Professor, Southwest University
Dr. Chongfeng Wang
Professor and Case Centre Director, Qingdao University