Emerald Emerging Market Case Studies

1 January 2018 -31 December 2020 Print

Access the online collection of case studies focusing on business decision making and management development throughout key global emerging markets

Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies (EEMCS) is an online collection of peer-reviewed case studies focusing on business decision making and management development throughout key global emerging markets. Cases are written by case writers working in or closely with developing economies, offering local perspectives with global appeal. EEMCS addresses the increasing demand from business educators and practitioners for quality-controlled teaching cases focusing on global emerging markets.

This agreement offers the opportunity to purchase outright archive cases in yearly "slices".

Key Facts

Benefits

  • Discounts against individual purchase

Important Dates

Agreement start: 1 January 2018

Agreement end: 31 December 2020

Licences: Licences are perpetual

Trial

A 30 day free trial is available. Please contact Chest Help with contact details and IP range.

Eligible Institutions

Universities, colleges and other learning, educational and research bodies in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

Other organisations aligned with Eduserv’s charitable objectives of supporting education, research bodies and the public sector may ask to participate in the Agreement. Eduserv will liaise with the Supplier about any such requests.

Background Information

This is the continuation of a popular long standing agreement with Emerald for quality content in business management and other subject areas.

Product Information

Supplier Details

Owner: Emerald Publishing Limited

Product Description

Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies (EEMCS) is an online collection of peer-reviewed teaching cases focusing on business decision making and management development throughout key emerging markets. Cases are written by case writers working in or closely with developing economies, offering local perspectives with global appeal.

EEMCS addresses the increasing demand from business educators and practitioners for quality-controlled teaching cases focusing on emerging markets. This growing collection of over 250 case studies also benefits from regular updates throughout the year.

Practical application

Teaching cases can be used in classroom situations to stimulate learning and add practical knowledge. To support this, every case is accompanied with complimentary teaching notes compiled by the author.

Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies:

  • Engage students through active learning and examples of real business issues.
  • Spotlight strategic markets and business theory, allowing students to transform managerial knowledge into practice.
  • Encourage entrepreneurial thinking and critical exploration through class activities.
  • Give an understanding of various issues that are faced by companies in emerging economies.

Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies provides you with perpetual access to content published in years 2011 to 2016:

  • 150 case studies from 2011
  • 100 case studies from 2012
  • 80 case studies from 2013
  • 80 case studies from 2014  
  • 80 case studies from 2015
  • 50 case studies from 2016

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Access and Identity Management Solution

Solution


OpenAthens Yes
IP Address range Yes
Shibboleth Yes
Username / Password No
EZProxy Yes

Technical Function Specification

Technical Function

Standard

Compliance

Supplier Notes

Full text linking

OpenURL

Yes


Federated searching

Z39.50 protocol

No


Harvesting

SRW/SRU

No


OAI-PMH

No


RSS or Atom

No


Metadata standards

Dublin Core

Yes


MARC

Yes


PRISM

No


Months embargo period


No


Digital preservation

Lockss

Yes


Clockss

No


Portico

Yes


Usage statistics

COUNTER

Yes


SUSHI

Yes


Accessibility

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

Yes

Emerald aims to make all public Web pages meet level AA, and will aspire to meet level AAA where possible within resource constraints.

Personalisation features


Yes

Once a user has registered on ‘My Profile' they can create a range of customised features, including: RSS Feeds; Saved Search Alerts, ToC Alerts and Weekly Digests of subscribed or all journals; create Marked Lists; and subscribe to Emerald Newsletters. There are a range of communities for different end-users (authors, librarians, researchers, teachers) which offer interactive participation.

Service levels


No



The supplier confirms that throughout the term of the agreement the products will comply with the standards indicated.

Updates

Each year has fixed content which will not be updated.

Alterations/Additions

All new functionality of the Emerald platform is included for all products at no additional cost.

Pricing and Ordering

Pricing

Prices are in GBP and exclude VAT.

Year of Purchase
2018 2019 2020
Emerging Market Case Studies 2011 - 150 cases  £1,500  £1,500  £1,500 
Education Extension FTE to 2,000 £150
£150 £150
Education Extension FTE 2,001 - 5,000 £180 £180 £180
Education Extension FTE 5,001 - 8,000 £225
£225 £225
Education Extension FTE 8,001 - 10,000 £300 £300 £300
Education Extension FTE 10,001 + £375 £375 £375
Alumni £150 £150 £150
Year of Purchase
2018 2019 2020
Emerging Market Case Studies 2012 - 100 cases  £1,500  £1,500  £1,500 
Education Extension FTE to 2,000 £150
£150 £150
Education Extension FTE 2,001 - 5,000 £180 £180 £180
Education Extension FTE 5,001 - 8,000 £225
£225 £225
Education Extension FTE 8,001 - 10,000 £300 £300 £300
Education Extension FTE 10,001 + £375 £375 £375
Alumni £150 £150 £150
Year of Purchase
2018 2019 2020
Emerging Market Case Studies 2013 - 80 cases  £1,500  £1,500  £1,500 
Education Extension FTE to 2,000 £150
£150 £150
Education Extension FTE 2,001 - 5,000 £180 £180 £180
Education Extension FTE 5,001 - 8,000 £225
£225 £225
Education Extension FTE 8,001 - 10,000 £300 £300 £300
Education Extension FTE 10,001 + £375 £375 £375
Alumni £150 £150 £150
Year of Purchase
2018 2019 2020
Emerging Market Case Studies 2014 - 80 cases  £1,500  £1,500  £1,500 
Education Extension FTE to 2,000 £150
£150 £150
Education Extension FTE 2,001 - 5,000 £180 £180 £180
Education Extension FTE 5,001 - 8,000 £225
£225 £225
Education Extension FTE 8,001 - 10,000 £300 £300 £300
Education Extension FTE 10,001 + £375 £375 £375
Alumni £150 £150 £150
Year of Purchase
2018 2019 2020
Emerging Market Case Studies 2015 - 80 cases  £1,500  £1,500  £1,500 
Education Extension FTE to 2,000 £150
£150 £150
Education Extension FTE 2,001 - 5,000 £180 £180 £180
Education Extension FTE 5,001 - 8,000 £225
£225 £225
Education Extension FTE 8,001 - 10,000 £300 £300 £300
Education Extension FTE 10,001 + £375 £375 £375
Alumni £150 £150 £150
Year of Purchase
2018 2019 2020
Emerging Market Case Studies 2016 - 50 cases  £1,500  £1,500  £1,500 
Education Extension FTE to 2,000 £150
£150 £150
Education Extension FTE 2,001 - 5,000 £180 £180 £180
Education Extension FTE 5,001 - 8,000 £225
£225 £225
Education Extension FTE 8,001 - 10,000 £300 £300 £300
Education Extension FTE 10,001 + £375 £375 £375
Alumni £150 £150 £150

Payment Terms

On receipt of a completed Order, Institutions will be invoiced for the relevant year(s) ordered:

    There is no pro-rata charging for Institutions which become licensed partway through a licence year for one-off purchases.

    All Purchase Orders must be made out to Eduserv and Eduserv's invoices must be paid within 30 calendar days of the date of the invoice.

    Before completing this Order you should read the Products Specification and Schedule of Fees relating to this Licence Agreement, published on the Chest website.

    Agreement Period

    Start date: 1 January 2018

    End date: 31 December 2020 

    Institution Commitment Period

    This Agreement is of 3 years duration. Institutions may join the agreement at any time during the agreement period.

    How to Order

    One copy of the Order Form is required.

    When completed the form should be returned to:

    1. As a PDF by email: help@eduserv.org.uk
    2. By post to:
      Eduserv
      Royal Mead
      Railway Place
      Bath
      BA1 1SR

    along with an Institution Purchase Order for the full amount due plus VAT, made out to ‘Eduserv’.

    Licence Information

    This Overview is a summary of the Agreement. Before committing to buy a Licence, potential subscribers must always read the licence terms, paying particular attention to any special licence conditions.

    Licence Type

    Site licence with Eduserv Standard Chest Licence Terms and Conditions

    What institutions and library services are allowed to do?

    Yes Allowed No Not allowed

    Activity 

     
    Keep a local cached copy for Educational Purposes

    Yes

    Incorporation of parts of the Licensed Material

    Yes

    Deposit of learning and teaching objects in repositories  

    Yes

    Interlibrary loan

    Yes

    Who can use the resource?

    The resources are licensed for all Authorised Users, defined as Students, Staff and Walk-in Users

    Yes Allowed No Not allowed £ Allowed at additional cost

    User On site Remote
    Students

    Yes

    Yes

    Staff

    Yes

    Yes

    Walk-in Users

    Yes

    No

    Alumni members

    £

    £

    What can authorised users do?

    The resources can be used for Educational Purposes:

    • education
    • teaching
    • distance learning
    • private study
    • academic research
    • administration and management of the Licensee’s educational or research operations

    Exclusions:

    • See Licence Term 3 for exclusions and restrictions
    • The resources may not be used for anything other than Educational Purposes
    • Downloading of large amounts of material by authorised users that might be considered ‘systematic’.

    Termination Clauses

    The Licensee may retain an electronic copy of the Licensed Material in its archives for reference only. Copies of parts of the Licensed Material already made and/or used by the Licensee or Authorised Users in accordance with the terms of the Licence Agreement.

    The Licensee retains the right to the material published in the year in which they subscribed. This will continue to be accessed from the Emerald platform and no access fee applies.  

    Personal Licences

    Personal licences are not available.

    Service and Support

    Trials

    A 30 day free trial is available. Please contact Chest Help with contact details and IP range.  

    Login information

    Supplier: www.emeraldinsight.com 

    Technical Support

    Support will be provided via a single contact or his/her deputy at each Institution. Contact details:

    Product Documentation

    Comprehensive help files are included in the Online service

    Copying of hardcopy and electronic documentation is permitted for staff and registered students and other permitted users except Alumni. Registered users are able to make up to make up to 25 copies of the resources.

    Alumni specifically:
    Where additional access has been subscribed to for Alumni (who have access to subscribing library’s facilities) they may copy parts of both hardcopy and electronic for personal use only and may not distribute it without requesting permission through either Rightslink or emailing permissions@emeraldinsight.com

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