Publishing Partners

Current Yale faculty, students and staff may access case studies directly via the Yale SOM Case Directory. For all others, Yale SOM provides access to case studies via several publishing partners.

Study.Net

Study.net lets educators assemble, manage and deliver digital course content and gives students the ability to purchase and/or access this content. “Raw” and “cooked” cases authored by the Yale School of Management are accessible via the Study.Net platform. Anyone may register for free with Study.Net, create a “course,” and add Yale SOM case materials to their course for access by students. Individuals and corporate learners are invited to use Study.Net as well to purchase cases (follow the instructions for “Faculty/Individuals”).

Instructions for Student/Participant-pay: 

  • Create your course (or contact Study.Net to do this for you).
  • Share the material link for the course with students/participants or post it to Blackboard, Canvas, or another LMS.
  • When students/participants click the link, they will be prompted to purchase the material(s).

Instructions for Centralized Billing:  

  • Create your course (or contact Study.Net to do this for you).
  • Provide Study.Net with the first name, last name and email address of each participant to bulk enroll them in your course.
  • A watermarked hard copy will be made available that can be shared with students/participants or posted to Blackboard, Canvas or another LMS.
  • The institution will be invoiced directly for use.

Download our brief instructions to learn how to get started:

For assistance, please contact Study.Net.

SAGE Business Publishing

SAGE Business Cases is the first digital collection tailored to library needs, providing librarians, faculty, and students with cases to support their curriculum and independent research. Subscribers of SAGE Business cases may access both raw and cooked cases authored by the Yale School of Management by visiting http://sk.sagepub.com/cases.

If a case is not accessible via one of our publishing partners, please email case.access at yale.edu  with your request.