Case studies can be found in various places, including business magazines, such as the Harvard Business Review, journals, books, and websites. To find a case study, see the tips below.
Use the library catalogue to do a keyword search with both your topic and the term "case studies". For example:
Use the library catalogue to find books from the Ivey School of Business that contain cases.
You may want to check to make sure the case is thorough, authoritative, well-written, etc.
These sites allow you to browse or search the abstracts of educational case studies. Note that these are specifically written for teaching purposes and present case facts with teaching notes, discussion questions, and other possible resources to facilitate learning.