When completing assignments, you'll likely be citing materials other than books, articles and websites. Resources such as case studies, industry reports and company profiles need to be cited in their own specific manner. Below are resources with reference list examples for these types of sources.
Case studies can be published in various formats: in print within a textbook or an article, in e-format from a publisher, on a professor's website, etc. There is no one way to cite them in APA. You should therefore cite a case study based on its format within a source type (see examples at right).
Of course you do! Check out this PowerPoint presentation on Using and Citing Sources Effectively in APA created by the Business Library and the Haskayne School of Business & Effective Writing Centre (University of Calgary).