The competition welcomes entries from all parts of the world. Submitted case studies should be suitable for use in management, entrepreneurship and finance education and should be related to issues faced by real organisations and individuals.
Applicants may be professors, teachers, research assistants or students of business administration, management, finance, economics or related areas. Case entries may have more than one author. Each applicant may submit one case per track only. If you are an author as well as a judge, you can only participate in one of the tracks that you do not serve in as a judge. Accepted submissions are subject to a two-step double blind review process. For all three competition tracks the judging committee will pay particular attention to: Concept and content – the integration of the different sustainability dimensions (economic, social, and environmental), the topic relevance and the case’s potential to create a learning experience. Teaching note – a comprehensive teaching note must accompany each submission. Form – the style of writing, quality of presentation and clarity of data.
Award:- 5000 Swiss Francs, the second CHF 2000 and the third CHF 1000.