Answered By: Cynthia Churchwell
Last Updated: Dec 05, 2018     Views: 972

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Retired Harvard Business School Cases

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Instituted in 1920s, the case method continues to be a cornerstone of the HBS academic experience. The HBS Archives in Baker Library Special Collections holds over 50,000 retired cases, starting from the first cases published in 1921 through cases removed from Harvard Business Publishing in the early 2000s. 

Please contact Baker Library Special Collections to learn more about, and for access to, retired cases. To request a retired HBS case, use the request form below. It is helpful to provide a case number, author or title in your request.  

Copies of active cases may be searched and purchased through Harvard Business Publishing.

To request a retired HBS case, please use the request form below.