About the Journal


The case studies may focus on any topic and subject area related to ENTREPRENEURSHIP and BUSINE.SS MANAGEMENT. Case studies may be compiled from field research, interviews/ published sources(e.g newspapers) and/or generalized experience. Case studies have to follow a specific structure ( please refer to case study guidelines and template). Generally, each case study is expected to include sections related to the following topics: a) background of the subject organization and/or of the topic; b) an analysis of the dilemma and/or the teaching objective; c) a section explaining the questions and dilemmas of the case study; d) related bibliography and additional reading.

The case studies can range from 4 to 8 pages or more, excluding figures, tables, annexes, and bibliography. Each case study submission must be accompanied by a teaching note for which there is no word limit (although a teaching note of a minimum of 1,000 words is expected). Please refer to the case studies teaching note guidelines and templates.

Documents to be submitted along with your Case Study

  • The case file, in Word (.doc or .docx) format.
  • A separate file with the accompanying teaching note in Word (.doc or .docx) format.
  • The names and email addresses and contact numbers of all authors and writers.
  • Undertaking submitted by authors cosigned.