Journal of Case Studies

Journal of Case Studies (formerly Annual Advances in Business Cases) was established by the Society for Case Research (www.sfcr.org) to provide a continual flow of effective up-to-date cases to promote excellence in case research, writing, and teaching.The process for publishing in this journal is to email the case and teaching note to journalofcasestudies@gmail.com. Please follow the manuscript guidelines noted at   http://www.sfcr.org/docs/SCR_Manuscript_Guidelines_for_Authors.pdf.Submissions are then double-blind peer reviewed and subject to additional revisions and reviews. Two issues of the journal are published each year, in May and November. Based on this process, acceptance rates are 20 percent as noted in Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities.

Vol 36, No 3 (2018): Global Jesuit Case Series: Special Edition of the Journal of Case Studies

Table of Contents

Editorial Board

Editorial Board 2017-2018 PDF
Leigh W. Cellucci, Cara Peters, Jenyqua Young i-ii

From the Editors

Global Jesuit Case Series PDF
Tracy Couto, Jim Joseph 1-5

Abstracts

A Pro-Bono Therapy Clinic: Valuable and Viable? PDF
Joan Z. Delahunt, Christina M. Wisdom, Marcie Swift, Melanie Siscos 6
Agrowtopia: Cultivating Community, Consciousness and Capital on Campus PDF
Richard Peters, Mark Quinn 7
Ecotourism in a Country Rich in Both Biodiversity and Hope PDF
Ivan Hernandez, Paula Cortés, Sergio Sosa 8
“It is Just Not Enough”: The Tragedy of a Manufacturing Defect PDF
John Monteleone, Tracy Couto 9
Refugees PDF
Thomas Curran, Michael J. Stellern 10
Toluca PDF
Jim Joseph, Tracy Couto, George Kulick 11

Cases

A Pro-Bono Therapy Clinic: Valuable and Viable? PDF
Joan Z. Delahunt, Christina M. Wisdom, Marcie Swift, Melanie Siscos 12-20
Agrowtopia: Cultivating Community, Consciousness and Capital on Campus PDF
Richard Peters, Mark Quinn 21-28
Ecotourism in a Country Rich in Both Biodiversity and Hope PDF
Ivan Hernandez, Paula Cortés, Sergio Sosa 29-43
“It is Just Not Enough”: The Tragedy of a Manufacturing Defect PDF
John Monteleone, Tracy Couto 44-52
Refugees PDF
Thomas Curran, Michael Stellern 53-63
Toluca PDF
Jim Joseph, Tracy Couto, George Kulick 64-91


ISSN: 2162-3171