Case Studies All you need to know about case studies The Case Centre: submit and order case studies The University of St. Gallen is a member of The Case Centre. Its collection includes the following cases: all HSG case studies more than 48,000 management cases, supplementary material, videos, interactive CD-ROMs and journal article reprints from Ivy league schools to smaller institutions By using the interface you can search the collection and find the cases you need. It is possible to read a short introduction to each case. Registration: Professors and lecturers please register here. After your registration, The Case Centre checks if you are an approved educator. Once the check is completed you are entitled to order. To order a case: click on the URL and you will find information on prices and order modalities. Note that you will have to place an order of at least five copies, since this service is intended for teaching purposes only. The library will cover the costs for lectures on Bachelor, Master or Ph.D. level. If so, please send the invoice to email@example.com including number and title of the lecture. To submit a case: the submission pack on the website contains all the information and documents you need to successfully submit your case. Case Centre Awards 2017: The case study "Tesla Motors: Business Model Configuration" by Erwin Hettich and Günter Müller-Stewens won the Overall Award 2017. Case Studies of the IoM of the University of St.Gallen (IoM-HSG) The Institute of Management continually publishes illustrative case studies and complementing teaching notes for educational use. The IoM offers you to download the inspection copy of the published case studies and ask the respective author for additional case material. The original case studies and teaching notes can be ordered via the displayed link at The Case Centre. For information on the educational use of the case studies and teaching notes please also refer to the author of the specific case study. EventStudyTools Eventstudytools.com offers server-side research tools that assist in ‘event-driven research’ such as event study analyses, event history analyses, or optimal-matching analyses. The website’s algorithms and tools also allow for the sourcing of analysis parameters from large amounts of texts, as common in the Finance research field ‘News Analytics’ or Strategy’s ‘Competitive Dynamics’ field. The website holds the following tools: (1) abnormal return calculator, (2) text analyzer for keyword-based event categorization and scaling, (3) regular expression-based date identifier. Author of the website is Dr. Markus Schimmer.