A case about a unique partnership to bring public toilet facilities to Indian slums earned the top spot in the 2022-23 Top 40 Yale case studies round up.
Two cases about Hertz claimed top spots in 2021's Top 40 Most Popular Case Studies
A case study on the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore claimed the top spot in the annual review of case usage conducted by the Yale School of Management’s CRDT.
Building on a class assignment, a team of students in the MBA for Executives program created an initiative last fall that explored ways to encourage retirement planning in African-American and Latino populations.
The Global Network for Advanced Management announces the first annual winners in a worldwide version of Professor Roger Ibbotson's online Stock Trading Game.
In the 2019 top 40 list, cases centered around food dominated the top 10, with the 2016 Coffee case retaining the top spot.
The Case Research and Development Team (CRDT) at Yale School of Management has added 78 case studies from the Theater Management department at Yale School of Drama.
Cases about food and agriculture took center stage in 2018. A case on the coffee supply chain remained the top case and cases on burgers, chocolate, and palm oil all made the top ten.
When Yale University decided to curb its carbon emissions, it turned to 2018 Nobel Laureate William Nordhaus, Sterling Professor of Economics at Yale, to create an internal pricing mechanism for carbon.
The case, developed in a collaboration between NUS Business School and the Yale School of Management, investigates the marketing and operational challenges to sustainability at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.