Case collection: Tsinghua University School of Economics

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About Tsinghua University School of Economics

Founded in 1984, Tsinghua University School of Economics’ (Tsinghua SEM) mission is to advance knowledge and cultivate leaders for China and the world. For over 30 years, Tsinghua SEM has been growing fast along with the reform, opening-up and development of the Chinese economy.

Today, Tsinghua SEM continues to strive to build a world-class school of economics and management and benefit from the synergy of bringing these two academic disciplines into one institution. 

Tsinghua SEM is committed to the excellence of both research and teaching for the purpose of advancing knowledge and educating leaders. The School adheres to high academic standards in creating academic results inspired by the practices in China that have the potential to significantly impact the fields of economics and management studies, and effectively combines such results with existing knowledge to improve the quality of education.

Combining Chinese roots with global reach, the School works to contribute to the advancement of human knowledge and to the development of China and the World.

About the collection

Affiliated to Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management, China Business Case Center (CBCC) contributes to the world a growing English-language, China-topic case collection. Founded in 1999, CBCC was one of the pioneers that strives to make an impact on China’s business education by promoting the case method and case products. Leveraging Tsinghua University’s leading position and strong influence in China’s higher education and society, CBCC not only assists Tsinghua SEM faculty members to develop high-quality new cases, but also calls for faculty members at all business schools in China to engage case teaching in the classroom as well as write new cases that meet international publishing criteria. 

CBCC also operates a national case distribution platform that houses over 1,000 Chinese-language cases, mostly field research-based, all with teaching notes, and serves an institutional customer base of over 140 business schools and university libraries. With its strong China roots, in recent years, CBCC decided to bring stories of Chinese entrepreneurs, their most recent innovative ideas, management practices, distinctive challenges and decisions to the world. The collection aims to span a wide range of academic disciplines and to contribute to a better understanding of the Chinese business environment as well as the management philosophy of Chinese business leaders.

Collection contact

For any queries related to the Tsinghua SEM case collection, please contact:

Stella Zhao
Administrative Director, China Business Case Center
e zhaozq6@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn
t  +86 10 62789786

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Available from The Case Centre

Tsinghua SEM’s collection of over 60 cases, and their accompanying instructor materials, is available from The Case Centre.

Tsinghua SEM materials are also available as part of our Undergraduate Case Teaching Licence and discounted pricing scheme for members in developing countries

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