Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies

Journal publishing classroom teaching cases on any subject taught in a business school.

Articles from Vol. 19, No. 4, May

Altos De Tinogasta, Argentina
CASE DESCRIPTION This case challenges students to develop alternatives for (within the next 12 months) very substantially increasing the revenues of the Altos de Tinogasta "productive real estate" company in Argentina. The case is based on data...
Carson's Department Store: When to Stay and When to Go
CASE DESCRIPTION This case is designed for use in undergraduate courses with a focus on entrepreneurship such as Small Business Management and Family Business Management. CASE SYNOPSIS This field researched case focused on a small town long-standing...
Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship: The Case of H. Wayne Huizenga
CASE DESCRIPTION This case focuses on one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the U.S. during the 1980s and 1990s, H. Wayne Huizenga. Huizenga amassed a fortune of $2.3 billion, but was still seeking out new ventures. Several questions are located...
Distinguishing between Liabilities and Equity: Two Mini-Cases for Improving Students' Critical Thinking Skills in Intermediate Financial Accounting
CASE DESCRIPTION The instructional approach herein is designed for undergraduate intermediate financial accounting. With a minimum use of classroom time the following learning objectives can be met: (1) students gain an appreciation for the diversity...
Introducing Micro-Finance in Sweden
CASE DESCRIPTION The case describes the first year of efforts to introduce microfinance as a tool to work with vulnerable groups in Sweden, more particularly ex-convicts, former drug-addicts and long-term unemployed women of immigrant background....
Is No Upgrade a Downgrade?
CASE DESCRIPTION The primary subject matter of this case relates to the decision-making process within small businesses and the various factors effecting those decisions. Secondary issues related to the case include accounting and economics. The...
Magic Carpet Ride a Financial Reporting Case
CASE DESCRIPTION The primary subject matter of this case concerns corporate financial reporting for a publicly traded company. Secondary issues examined include distinguishing between inventory and property, plant, and equipment, impairment of assets,...
Pricing REI Memberships: The Use of Segmentation and Value Estimation Pricing
CASE DESCRIPTION The primary subject matter of this case concerns value estimation pricing in a cooperative setting. Secondary issues examined include strategy in pricing, value creating and its role in setting price, and the cooperative business...
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