|Case Writing Competitions|
Please see competition websites (listed below) for current year deadlines and topics.
For the last thirty years, EFMD has been organising its yearly case writing competition. The aim of this competition is to encourage the writing of case material involving European companies and institutions as well as material dealing with topics concerning other geographical areas such as Asia, Latin America, Middle East and Africa, generally underrepresented among the available sources.
€2000 Award per Category
The Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Case Development at the Indian School of Business (ISB), in partnership with Ivey Business School, The University of Western Ontario announces the ISB-Ivey Global Case Competition. The event is supported by European Association for Management Development (EFMD) and Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS).
Through this competition, launched in 2010, we aspire to reach out to a wide network of Indian and Global B Schools with the objective of facilitating the building of a repository of a high-quality, internationally benchmarked cases about Indian businesses. The submitted cases are suitable for use in MBA classrooms across the globe as they showcase the unique issues and challenges faced by organizations and business leaders in India. A panel of internationally acclaimed subject experts judge each case in a double-blind review process and give written feedback on each case. The top cases from this competition are marketed to a global audience of business schools through Ivey and distributed through Ivey and Harvard Publishing (Harvard University, USA)—the two largest sources of business cases in the world.
In 1961, a group of visionaries led by Dr. Vikram Sarabhai realized the importance of efficient managers in bringing about rapid development in a newly independent nation. Active collaboration between industry and the Government resulted in the establishment of the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA). Over the past 5 decades, IIMA has gone on to become an internationally reputed institute and has produced some of the world’s most respected figures in academia and industry.
As part of its year long Golden Jubilee celebrations, IIMA is organizing a case writing contest – International Case Masters (ICM). The objective of this case competition is to promote study of changing global management practices. The institute has long been a centre of excellence for research on current management issues and the theme of "Change” reflects the same. The event invites entries from students and faculty members across the world to gauge the current trends of administration, governance and management.
The annual oikos Case Writing Competition aims to promote the development of new high quality case studies in the field of sustainability management, strategy and social entrepreneurship. The oikos Foundation for Economy and Ecology at the University of St. Gallen established the Global Case Writing Competition in 2003 to create a body of knowledge about sustainable management practices that could be used by university professors at business schools around the world.
Currently the competition has two tracks:
• Corporate Sustainability Track
• Social Entrepreneurship Track
An international panel of leading faculty reviews the cases in a double-blind review process and gives written feedback to each case contributor. For each of these tracks the judging committee selects three winners and two runners-up. The first prize is CHF 5000, second prize is CHF 2000 and third prize is CHF 1000.
The aim of the competition is to encourage and promote the development of high-quality case material relevant for the realities of transitional and emerging economies and at the same time promote the development of case-writing capabilities in those countries.
In the spirit of a fully inclusive competition, global submissions are encouraged.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the three most outstanding submissions; with US$1,500 being awarded to the winner, and US$1,000 and US$500 being awarded to the first and second runners-up respectively.
Participants will have the opportunity to disseminate their work internationally through EEMCS: Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies Collection. Post-competition, selected participants will be provided with instructions to submit their cases for peer review.
AESE is promoting this writing competition, with the intention of awarding prizes for the quality of the cases written,a value that is associated not only with the actual writing of the case, but also, and primarily, with its pedagogical usefulness and relevance.
Because the ability of companies to adjust their strategies is essential in addressing the structural alterations in the economy, the theme for cases in the competition changes each ear.
The AESE International Case Writing Competition is intended for professors, researchers and academics.
How to participate Write or have recently written a case on the theme
Prizes 1st Prize: 1000 € 2nd Prize: 500 €
The contest took a hiatus for the 2011-2012 academic year, but I’m happy to announce its return for 2012-2013 with a new sponsor: Citi Foundation. Thanks to this sponsorship, the competition will be offering higher prize money for winners:
• 1st place: $3,500
• 2nd place: $2,500
• 3rd place: $1,000
The top three cases, plus two honorable mentions, will be published by GlobaLens. They will be in good company. Winners in 2011 profiled innovative real-world models in impact investing, microfinance, BoP approaches in health care. In just the first two years of the competition, hundreds of students at more than a dozen universities have been exposed to successful outcomes in social enterprise and financial inclusion enterprises, including Emory University, Johns Hopkins University, Indiana University, Quinnipiac University (Connecticut), the University of Michigan, and Wake Forest University. As with the past competitions, a panel of leaders in both academia and private enterprise will judge the winning cases.
The European Council for Small Business is delighted to announce a new Competition for Case Studies in Entrepreneurship.
The European Council for Small Business is delighted to announce a new Competition for Case Studies in Entrepreneurship
The closing date for submission of entries is September 1st 2012, and the winners will be announced at the RENT Conference in November 2012
For further information on the competition and to submit your entry, please contact Dr Thomas Cooney at email@example.com.
The prizes for the competition are:
1st prize €2,500
2nd prize €1,500
3rd prize €500
The annual case writing competition recognizes worldwide excellence in case writing and raises the profile of the case method of learning. In 2012 the competition attracted 92 entries from 66 places of learning in 28 countries.
Authors are invited to submit entries by 11 October 2013in two categories, 'Hot topic: Crisis as Opportunity' and 'New case writer: a first teaching case in any business subject area'. For further details click here.
The Case Centre Innovation In Case Teaching Competition
The Innovation in Case Teaching competition, is designed to recognise dedicated management educators that are achieving excellence through innovative, creative approaches to case teaching. The winning teacher, or team of teachers, will receive a single prize of €1,500. Submission deadline: 1 November 2013. For further details click here.
The author(s) of the winning case in each category will receive a single prize of €1,500.
The John Molson MBA Case Writing Competition is pleased to invite submissions of original business case studies, either in English or French. The purpose of the Competition is to generate unpublished and unused case studies to be used during the John Molson MBA International Case Competition ("MBA-ICC”). The cases submitted will only be used for this purpose and will be released to the case writers immediately after the MBA-ICC. The submitted cases used during the MBA-ICC will be translated into either English or French as the case may be and the translated versions will also be remitted to the case writer.
Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies and the Academy of International Business – Middle East North Africa (AIB-MENA) 2013 competition
Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies and the Academy of International Business – Middle East North Africa (AIB-MENA) are proud to announce the 3rd teaching case-writing competition aimed at authors who base their cases on organisations operating in the Middle East and North Africa region. These organisations can be SMEs, MNEs, Governments organizations or NGOs. We are looking for original cases based on real business situations with signed case releases from the company protagonists. The cases should document a management problem, chronicling facts from the decision maker point of view and must be accompanied by a teaching note. The countries the cases should be based on are: Algeria, Bahrain, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Syrian, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.
The winning case will receive an award of $1000; each author will receive a certificate of recognition from Emerald Group Publishing Limited and, subject to successful peer-review, have their case published as part of the Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies. In addition to this the AIB-MENA team will invite some authors to be part of their 4th volume of their book series Actions and Insights: Middle East North Africa which will be published in 2014.
Emerald and the Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (GUCAS)'s China-focused Teaching Case Writing Competition
Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies collection and GUCAS are proud to announce their first China-focused case competition. Experts on Chinese management are invited to contribute stimulating teaching cases for this competition.
The GS School of Management of Chinese Academy of Sciences was founded in May 2001. The predecessor of the School was Management Department, Graduate School (Beijing) of the University of Science & Technology of China. The Educational Model of the School is "Integration of the School and Institutes” which offers the students the opportunity to utilize the teaching and research resources from both the School and a network of 12 research institutes/centers of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. For more information on GUCAS please click here.
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