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Designing case studies from secondary sources – A conceptual framework

Reddy, K. Srinivasa and Agrawal, Rajat (2012): Designing case studies from secondary sources – A conceptual framework. Published in: International Management Review , Vol. 8, No. 2 (2012): pp. 63-70.

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Abstract

Liberalization and globalization has risen the opportunity to third-world nations for the development of industry and educational standards. This paradigm inspires us to suggest a conceptual model for writing case studies and encourage faculty and instructors likely to apply the case learning method in management programs. This paper has been prepared from the viewpoint of faculty and researchers, and it has developed a conceptual framework for case writing. The framework for writing Type II Case Studies would be greatly helpful to faculty, doctoral scholars, and research consultants while teaching management theories effectively in a lecture theater. Exclusively, the authors suggest a case structure and a list of reputed case publishing journals. The conceptual study is written from the perspective of management studies, and the same may apply for possible results in other areas, like engineering, medical, political science, etc., with requisite modifications. Faculty, senior researchers, and budding scholars may apply the suggested conceptual framework while designing case studies from secondary sources. It will also help them in publishing literary work. This is an original attempt to develop a conceptual framework for writing Type II Case Studies from the availability of authenticated secondary sources.

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