How to Cite a Case Study in APA, MLA, or Chicago

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Published October 21, 2013. Updated August 1, 2021.

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In MLA 9

Structure:

Author Last Name, Author First Name. Title of Case Study. Edition (if applicable), volume number (if applicable), Publisher, year of publication, URL without http:// or https:// (if applicable).

Example:

Hill, Linda A., et al. HCL Technologies (A). Rev. edition, Harvard Business School, 2008, www.hbs.edu/faculty/Pages/item.aspx?num=34784.

In-text Citation:

(Author Last Name(s) page #)

(Hill et al. 8)

In APA

Hill, L., Khanna, T., & Stecker, E. A. (2008). HCL Technologies. Boston: Harvard Business Publishing.

In Chicago

Hill, Linda, Tarun Khanna, and Emily A. Stecker. HCL Technologies.

Boston

Harvard Business Publishing, 2008.

Note: For clarification, you may add “Case study” at the end of the citation in MLA 9 and after the title in Chicago and APA. In APA, you would add this in brackets.

In MLA 9

Structure:

Author Last Name, Author First Name. Title of Case Study. Edition (if applicable), volume number (if applicable), Publisher, year of publication, URL without http:// or https:// (if applicable). Case study.

Example: 

Hill, Linda A., et al. HCL Technologies (A). Rev. edition, Harvard Business School, 2008, www.hbs.edu/faculty/Pages/item.aspx?num=34784. Case study.

Boston

Harvard Business Publishing, 2008. Print.

In APA

Hill, L., Khanna, T., & Stecker, E. A. (2008). HCL Technologies [Case study].

Boston

Harvard Business Publishing.

In Chicago

Hill, Linda, Tarun Khanna, and Emily A. Stecker. HCL Technologies. Case study. Boston: Harvard Business Publishing, 2008.


 

 

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