Meet the top 50 bestselling case authors 2020/21

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On 25 October 2021, The Case Centre announced their Top 50 Bestselling Case Authors 2020/21. A place in the top 50 is an extraordinary achievement, as over 8,800 faculty are registered as authors with The Case Centre. Staying top of the tree The late Debapratim Purkayastha of ICFAI Business School (IBS), who sadly passed away…

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Issue 2 of Case Focus journal published

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The Case Centre announces publication of the second edition of Case Focus. Case Focus is central to The Case Centre’s commitment to supporting new voices in case writing, broadening the scope and diversity of cases, and reflecting the cultural diversity, concerns, and career aspirations of faculty in the MEA region and their students. It is…

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Scholarships for new case teachers

Watering red tulips from a watering can.

As part of the annual #WorldCaseTeachingDay celebrations, The Case Centre announces a scholarship programme for new case teachers. Five case teaching scholarships will be offered each year to support the development of new case teachers. Richard McCracken, Director of The Case Centre said: “Supporting case teachers and writers is a critical element of our mission,…

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Mats Urde of LUSEM announced as Outstanding Case Teacher 2021

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As part of the annual #WorldCaseTeachingDay celebrations, The Case Centre has named Mats Urde, Associate Professor of Strategic Brand Management at Lund University School of Economics and Management (LUSEM), as winner of the 2021 Outstanding Case Teacher competition. Presented annually since 2013, the international Outstanding Case Teacher competition recognises exceptional teachers who are achieving excellence through innovative…

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Share your experiences of moving case teaching online during COVID-19

Calling all case teachers! As part of #WorldCaseTeachingDay 2021, The Case Centre is running a survey designed to help the case community learn from the experience of moving case teaching online during the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ll be sharing the results on 5 February 2021. Complete the survey Head over to to take part. Help…

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Revealed: The Top 40 Bestselling Case Authors 2019/20

The Case Centre announces its list of bestselling case authors for the 2019/20 academic year. This year has been like no other, as faculty and schools grapple with the challenges and opportunities of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, talented authors continue to shine as their cases are taught online and in-person around the world. Who’s trending?…

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Inaugural issue of Case Focus journal published

The Case Centre announces publication of the inaugural edition of Case Focus, its peer reviewed journal for teaching cases set across the Middle East and Africa. At a time when all of us in business and academia are being challenged to increase diversity in our leadership and structures, we cannot ignore barriers that restrict the…

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Support for moving case classes online quickly

Moving quickly to teaching cases online?

Supporting the case community As Coronavirus (COVID-19) causes the usual delivery of programmes around the world to be disrupted, making the move to teaching cases online quickly will be a huge challenge for many, both technically and pedagogically. The Case Centre has been working on a range of ways to support the case community during…

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Announcing The Case Centre’s 30th Awards and Competitions Winners

Red carpet leading to The Case Centre Awards and Competitions 2020 results

#CaseAwards2020 The 11 Awards and five Competitions are an annual celebration of excellence in case writing and teaching at schools of business, management and government worldwide. This is the 30th year of the Awards, which have been global since 2011 (European Case Awards until 2010). The 2020 results are characterised by increasing diversity, especially in…

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