While the library does not have access to the Harvard Business Review Case Studies, rest assured that you can find lots of case studies to use in your projects and papers using several of our library databases and an open source journal.
From the library's home page (http://library.pepperdine.edu), click on the magnifying glass icon Databases & E-Journals
On the Databases & E-Journals page, you'll be looking at Business Source Premier and Emerald Management Xtra. These databases are found alphabetically listed and are also listed under the subject Business/Economics. Select the database and log in with your Wavenet credentials.
When using Business Source Premier, choose "case study" from Document Type and then enter a keyword or phrase in the search box.
When using Emerald Management Xtra, search for "case studies" and browse within The Case Journal, which is the official journal of The CASE Association, one of the most prominent US case study organizations. The Case Journal is described by Emerald Management Xtra as "the leading online, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal featuring factual teaching cases and case exercises."
Note: interlibrary loan is available to current Pepperdine students, faculty, and staff when full-text is not available. Make an interlibrary loan request or visit the interlibrary loan page for more information.
One final option for locating case studies is to use the open access journal from the Society for Case Research called Journal of Case Studies. This is an open source journal which provides direct access to the full-text of the articles. Users may browse by issue or search by keyword. Journal of Case Studies (as described by Cabell's Directories of Publishing Opportunities) publishes "peer-reviewed case studies of real world business problems designed for faculty and students to adopt for usage in the classroom."