The CASE Journal Volume 1, Issue 1 (Fall 2004) 2 Herbert Sherman After two years of hard work and effort on the part of the authors, reviewers, invited authors, and associate editors, I am very pleased and proud to release the first edition of The CASE Journal. Before I described the articles and cases in this edition, let me first thank several individuals who made the dream of an electronic case journal possible. I would first like to thank the President of the CASE Association, Dr. Gina Vega (Merrimack College), for her vision of a developmental journal which would include not only teaching cases but also articles dealing with case research and instruction. A journal of this breadth, I believe, fills a needed void between such prestigious case publications such as the Case Research Journal and the Business Case Journal and prominent educational and instructional journals such as Learning and Education and the Journal of Management Education by bridging the discourse between case writing, case research, and case instruction. I would secondly like to thank both of my Associate Editors, Dr. Alan Eisner (Pace University) and Dr. Barry Armandi (SUNY @ Old Westbury) for their assistance and support. When
The CASE Journal – Emerald Publishing
Published: Dec 1, 2004
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