Case by Sophie Manigart in the ecch top fifteen best-selling cases

The case “Beyond Products” by Vlerick professor Sophie Manigart is among the ecch top fifteen best-selling cases in the subject category Entrepreneurship. Ecch, which offers the largest and most up-to-date collection of management case study materials in the world, annually publishes a bibliography of its best-selling and most popular cases from the ecch catalogue of the preceding calendar year. The list includes the top fifteen best-selling cases in each of the ten major subject areas.

About ecch

ecch is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting and facilitating case study based learning in management education and development. It was established by the business school community to fulfill its needs to provide a mechanism for publishing and distributing case study materials. ecch offers the largest and most up-to-date collection of management case study materials to be found anywhere in the world, as well as a reprint service for a growing number of leading international management journals. Its collection of management case studies and journal article reprints is a unique and accessible resource of teaching materials.

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