CASE Association


31st Annual CASE Association Conference, New Brunswick, NJ, 16-19 May 2007; Deadline 8 Dec 2006

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Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006 08:16:44 -0500
From: Robert Stephens <rdstep@SHIP.EDU>


The 31st Annual CASE Association Conference May 16-19, 2007 – New Brunswick, NJ in conjunction with EAM Hyatt Regency New Brunswick

DEADLINE: December 8, 2006 –  Electronic Submissions ONLY

CASE is interested in reviewing: a) cases in the advanced developmental stage, b) papers/symposia dealing with case writing and teaching, c) student authored cases, and d) "embryo" cases in the idea stage of development. Awards will be provided for Best Case, Best Mentored Case, and Best New Case (from First-time submitters to CASE). See our website at:

Advanced cases-in-progress (with teaching note) should be sufficiently formed to enable constructive criticism.  Roundtable discussions with designated discussants comprised of the top case researchers, journal editors, and textbook publishers. These cases will appear in CASE’s Proceedings (along with anonymous reviewers? comments).

Research papers and symposia on case-related topics should follow the guidelines established for the affiliated Eastern Academy of Management conference and will be published in their Proceedings.

Student Authored Cases Each year we highlight student case writers and provide a special place on our program for them. Students in need of guidance should, contact: Dr. Jack McCarthy – email:

Embryo cases may be as brief as one or two pages and should outline the case idea as well as developmental issues about which the author wants guidance. These cases will be discussed in an open-roundtable workshop where experienced case writers will provide hands-on advisement. Please note that a special embryo submission form is required and is available at (Limit of one embryo submission per author).

All presenters at CASE who are not yet members of The CASE Association are required to pay a $25 annual membership fee which will be collected at registration.

The CASE Association is a developmental organization. Our mission is to foster case research, writing and instruction; an approach that is "inclusive" rather than "exclusive." We strive to help case writers
(particularly beginners and potential beginners) understand more about improving their initial efforts at case research, writing, and instruction.

CASE is the Eastern affiliate of the North American Case Research Association (

For further information visit  or contact:
Jack McCarthy – e-mail:

Electronic Submission only!
For submission & conference details, see: