Answered By: Sarah Roughley Last Updated: Jun 21, 2017 Views: 900
Knowing how to reference a case study in your reference list depends on where the case study has come from:
- If you found the case study in an academic journal, then reference it in the same way that you would an academic journal article.
- If you found it on a website, reference it as you would a webpage.
- If you found it in the FT, the Economist or similar, reference it as you would a news article.
- If you found it in a database such as MarketLine, reference it as you would a market report.
Please see the appropriate sections in Cite-Them-Right for further guidance.
Please note you should always refer to any departmental/school guidelines you’ve been given.