Case Research Journal
The Case Research Journal is published by the North American Case Research Association. The CRJ is the leading academic journal for cases in business and related disciplines in North America.
The Case Research Journal publishes outstanding field-research-based, decision focused teaching cases drawn from research in real organizations, dealing with issues in all administration-related disciplines. Occasionally, the Journal publishes papers concerning case research, case writing or case teaching. All manuscripts are double-blind refereed by Editorial Board members and ad hoc reviewers in the appropriate discipline.
The journal publishes four issues a year and has an acceptance rate of approximately 20 percent. In addition to appearing in a print version of the journal, cases published in the CRJ are distributed online through our publishing partners, including Harvard Business School Press, Ivey, The Case Centre and McGraw-Hill, among others.
CALL FOR CASES: UPCOMING SPECIAL ISSUES OF CRJ
Link to call for Special Issue on Short Cases
Submission Deadline January 31, 2021
Link to call for Special Issue on Secondary Data Cases
Submission Deadline May 31, 2021
CRJ SPOTLIGHT WEBINARS
Gina Grandy, Editor
Eric Dolansky, Associate Editor
August 11, 2021, 6:30 pm IST
On August 11, 2021, the Case Research Journal will host Gina Grandy, Editor, and Eric Dolansky, Associate Editor, to discuss critical issues they believe authors in India need to focus on to publish in the Case Research Journal. The conversation will discuss a compelling decision focus, and an appropriate writing style and structure.
PREVIOUS WINNING CASE SPOTLIGHT WEBINARS
The Incident in Kabul
Karen E. Boroff, Seton Hall University
April 12, 2021, 10:00 am ET
The Balancing Act: Making Tough Decisions
Colleen Sharen, Brescia University College
March 8, 2021, 8:30 am ET
Vista Outdoor: A Business Portfolio Under Stress
John J. Lawrence, University of Idaho
December 14, 2020, 10:00 am ET
Russian River Brewing Company in 2016: Positioning Pliny the Younger Craft Beer for Growth
Sergio Canavati, Sonoma State University
Armand Gilinsky, Sonoma State University
January 27, 2021, 10:00 am ET