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Welcome to the Society for Case Research
The Society for Case Research (SCR), founded in 1978, facilitates the exchange of ideas leading to the improvement of case research, writing, and teaching; assists in the publication of written cases or case research and other scholarly work; and provides recognition for excellence in case research, writing and teaching.
SCR publishes three scholarly journals, the Business Case Journal (BCJ), Journal of Case Studies (JCS), and the Journal of Critical Incidents (JCI). In addition, SCR publishes the proceedings of the annual conference. All active members receive these publications and the newsletter as membership benefits.
Business Case Journal (BCJ)
The Business Case Journal was established by the Society for Case Research to publish cases and research related to case writing or teaching with cases. All cases and teaching notes are subject to editorial review, as well as to a triple blind review process. Acceptance rates have recently ranged from 10-12 percent as noted in Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities.
Journal of Critical Incidents (JCI)
The Journal of Critical Incidents does not publish long cases. JCI's focus is on brief incidents that tell about real situations. Each incident tells a story about an event, an experience, a blunder, or a success. Unlike long cases, incidents provide only essential historical details and limited situation development. Instead, each incident provides a focal point that stimulates students to arrive at a course of action or analysis. Most incidents are decision oriented, but well written descriptive incidents are possible. Quantitatively oriented incidents need to include questions that require judgment.
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