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Author:Michael Forrest , Joseph Labatt , Robert Swartz
Data Source:[J].Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 2017, Vol.23 (1)
Abstract:Case Description This case speaks to the real financial fears resulting from burdensome student loan debt experienced by millions of students upon leaving college. Unlike other types of debt obligations held by creditors, student loan debt falls into a special category and i...
Author:Michael Forrest , Joseph Labatt , Robert Swartz
Data Source:[J].Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 2017, Vol.23 (2)
Abstract:Case Description This case speaks to the real financial fears resulting from burdensome student loan debt experienced by millions of students upon leaving college. Unlike other types of debt obligations held by creditors, student loan debt falls into a special category and i...
Author:Susan Willett , Frank C. Lee
Data Source:[J].Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 2018, Vol.24 (3), pp.1-5
Abstract:CASE DESCRIPTION ;; This case study describes the challenges faced by healthcare staff and leaders. The delivery of healthcare services is complex as a result of various payors for services and the requirements for each. The healthcare operates as a business framework to effectiv...
Author:Ricardo M. Pino
Data Source:[J].Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 2019, Vol.25 (2)
Abstract:The author presents a study case that allows analyzing first, the pros and cons of two antagonist operations programming systems for make-to-order products: (a) FIFO with main customers’ prioritization; and (b) on a monthly basis, according of the orders received that month....
Author:Yukti Ahuja , Pooja Jain
Data Source:[J].Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 2018, Vol.24 (3), pp.1-12
Abstract:CASE DESCRIPTION ;; The primary subject matter of this case concerns the issues and obstacles that a social initiative “Karmaarth” had to confront in its endeavor of expansion and sustenance. The case also highlights its achievements in the past years despite the challenges ...
Author:Dianne H.B. Welsh
Data Source:[J].Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 2017, Vol.23 (1)
Abstract:Case Description This case involves an unsatisfied customer, a retail store, and the Better Business Bureau. It is important that all parties, whether the consumer or the manufacturer, know their rights and responsibilities. Incidents such as this frequently occur in the retail, ...
Author:Aamer Sheikh , Kathleen A. Simione
Data Source:[J].Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 2019, Vol.25 (1), pp.1-10
Abstract:CASE DESCRIPTION ;; The primary subject matter of this case concerns an ethical dilemma encountered during the audit of a publicly held company (registrant). It provides students with an opportunity to act in the role of an auditor and determine how to proceed with suspected...
Author:Priyanka Shrivastava,Vasudevan Sundara Rajan , Ananthanarayan
Data Source:[J].Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 2017, Vol.23 (3)
Abstract:Case Description Market Research is the main topic on which case is written. The sub-topics covered in the case are Concept testing, demand estimation, conjoint analysis, product offering, Segmenting and targeting end consumers for better positioning Case Synopsis The client...
Author:Cara Peters
Data Source:[J].Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 2017, Vol.23 (2)
Abstract:Case Description The primary subject matter for this case concerns retailing. Secondary issues examined include marketing strategy, channels of distribution, and consumer behavior. The case has a difficulty level appropriate for freshman, sophomore, and junior level courses....
Author:Mitch A. Bruce , Steven P. Landry , Donald E. Summers
Data Source:[J].Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 2017, Vol.23 (1)
Abstract:Case Description This case requires the use of capital budgeting techniques to compare two competing alternatives to carry out a particular required Marine Corps training exercise. Training outcomes are assumed to be the same under each alternative with the focus on lowering...

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